Monday, June 23, 2008

My Monthly Update

Wow, it has been a while since I turned on this "blogger" machine. I haven't blogged for a while, mainly because there wasn't anything too exciting or fun to write about. So, let's go for a quick update...

-I ruined my MacBook by spilling a glass of milk on it. (It was late at work, I was starving, there were stale donuts and milk, and I needed some sort of food.) Since it would cost a ton to fix, I bought a new MacBook and got an Ipod touch for a highly discounted price. As both Heather and Patry said, "That's one expensive glass of milk."

-I've learned to enjoy house hunting, if just to see how other people live. It makes me feel better about when I'm messy and I can say, "Well at least I'm not as messy as those people from that open house yesterday."

-It was f'ing hot, but we didn't lose any power this weekend, so the AC was on full force. In honor of the heat, I made a special summer dessert for Heather and I: A Lemonade Pie in a Pretzel Crust. It sounds kind of crazy, but its really creamy and tangy, but the pretzel crust has just the right amount of salt to counter it. It's really darn tasty. If anyone has a BBQ this summer and requires a dessert, I will make it.

-Heather won a photo portrait for us at a charity auction last year, so this weekend we had to go get our picture taken. I was worried that it'd be lame and cheesy, and I'm sure it was, but the pictures we saw were much better than I envisioned. I still think they'll look a bit cheesy, but at least I didn't look as awful as I feared.

-We finally watched King of Kong, which was as great as everyone says, and Michael Clayton, which was good, but not as great as I hoped it would be.

-Work is slowing down for a little while, which is great, but when the slowdown happens, I always feel guilty for having nothing to do. I mean, I have things to do, but the work is a slow trickle instead of a massive swell. So that's why I decided to hop back on this pony known as the blog.

Okay, enough for now. More another day.