The moon tonight was big and low and crescenty and beautiful.
People were driving like maniacs tonight.
I bought my first-ever Victoria's Secret bra last week with a gift card. It gave me welts.
I discovered an Italian market the other day, minutes from my house and on the way home from work. They make delicious canolis. I was surprised that no one had mentioned this place to me before, and I went on to have this conversation, almost word for word, with every single member of Jeremy's family:
"Hey, did you know there is an Italian market that sells amazing canolis only a few minutes from here?"
"At the corner of X, next to the gas station."
"Oh yeah, Sam's!"
I wonder what other treasures they don't know they are hiding from me?
I am watching the recap episode of Lost right now! Only one more week until the season premiere! Hoozah!
Yesterday, I had one of those afternoons that reminded me that life really isn't so bad; lying in a hammock in the backyard while my husband read to me, laughing together at the funny bits.
I've invented a brilliant new tool for teaching touch-typing. A keyboard with letters that rub off after they have been pressed a certain number of times. So, letters like 'E' and 'A' and 'N' will wear off first, which makes sense, because you should learn the common letters first, anyhow. Of course, I would probably have to give Toshiba some of the credit for my invention, because they unintentionally invented it first. Those exact letters are completely missing from my laptop keyboard.