I'm not offended at being called a tank. Really. Although I have to admit I don't look good in a tank top.
The first thing you need to do is to run a full virus scan
of your computer, seeing's how you get more viruses than anyone I know.
Be sure your anti-virus program is up-to-date before you do that. If your puter is disease-free, another thing you might want to do is to reload Outlook Express. I'm not sure how it would be loaded on your puter; we don't use it for mail on this computer. But in any case, don't go deleting stuff with names like mailbox.pst or mailbox.pab or anything like or you'll lose your grip on the world. Is your computer an XP or a Windows 98/2000 etc? Send me an email.
After Tai Chi on Saturday, I was so inspired that I went shopping and bought healthy stuff. Now I have to actually cook/eat it. Hmmm. I cooked a whole bunch of "Bright Lights" Swiss Chard (it's all different colors) that night -- that was pretty healthy, even if I did saute/steam it in a bit of olive oil and garlic. Everyone loved it.
Fresh new diet tip: Have a tooth filled. I can't eat anything until 5:30. Actually I can't drink anything without dribbling it down my chin. I just had a cup of coffee through a straw
Sugar, I can sympathize with your paper monster. In my house, it's mostly me though. DD used to use paper to her heart's content, and then she was entirely willing to throw out everything once she was done -- not me, I just had
to save her little treasures. One time she made a bus out of construction paper with paper wheels that were bolted on with real little bolts -- it was adorable. I still have it of course.........
Hard to believe you actually had enough snow to shovel, Wabster. Things are starting to warm up a bit here and the snow is getting a bit soft. Better for making snowballs this way (when it's too cold, they don't hold together, for you snow-deprived folks), but I would hate to see it melt away.
I stopped by the vet today and there was a pet bobcat
! It was really beautiful, and had the cutest little tail. The bobcat was about the size of a medium size dog, but its little tail was only 5 or 6 inches long and flicked back and forth in a sort of curl. He came over to me and sniffed my clothes, then decided to jump up on the counter. The receptionist jumped a few inches herself...
Sure wish Peachie-keen and Luscious-bod would show up around here (not that I'm not thrilled with the company already--I am!), but I do miss them.
My novacaine is wearing off.
Ouch Ouch Ouch.