Um, ok...let's skip the first part of Saturday. I worked. At my computer. Like every other day. Moving swiftly along....
Aha! Biking. Hopped on the spin bike (which, as Kara pointed out, I have definitely gotten my money's worth out of -$25) and pedaled away for 1 hour and 40 minutes, or 26 miles. Only afterwards did hubby point out that was a marathon. HOW COULD I NOT REALIZE THAT? Shocking.
|If you think this is bad...there are so many more coming. Sorry.|
To celebrate my purchase, I um...bought more stuff. Used book store, where I got a book on Amish culture and dress and hubby bought a book about making decks. Basically we are into really hardcore cool things.
Then I made a really stupid mistake. Even though it was 35 degrees, I wanted frozen yogurt. They had a bunch of Christmas flavors so I went to get a little taste of the eggnog. Out poured a massive serving into my cup. No problem, except - I don't actually like eggnog. I just wanted to taste it to make sure I still don't like it. And, um...I still don't like it. Had to cover it up with plenty of chocolate, coconut, sprinkles and cherries to mask the flavor.
|It looks like this is covered in hair...I was going for coconut and sprinkles.|
I know some people made fun of me a while back for my love of Kroger grocery store sushi, but that stuff is good. Better than anything else we've found in the area. So we went back last night, and the little guy from Myanmar who works the counter directed us to the sushi area like a plane landing. Kind of embarrassing, but then we ate the sushi in the dark in the car in the parking lot so obviously I'm not that concerned with appearances, am I?
|Yeah, we have a Jeep....don't even know where I was going with this one.|
After much debate, we went to see the second Sherlock Holmes movie. I decided to be a good wife and not force my husband through 90 minutes of New Year's Eve. Pretty happy with my decision - Sherlock Holmes was amazing. The plot and dialogue is just so clever and unexpected, it's really fantastic. Plus Jude Law is in it, so...
Gosh, there's really no need for me to take pictures, is there? These drawings are phenomenal.
Bloggers: do you take your camera with you everywhere?
Most of the time I have one in my purse. Not always because I take that many pictures, but I want to have it just in case. My phone has a little dinky camera but I never use it because the quality is so bad.
If you were serving yourself frozen yogurt and you got WAY too much of a flavor you hate, is there any proper etiquette for...putting it back? I hate complaining in restaurants/shops and just bought it, but I wonder if there is anything I can do? Yes, I realize that it's my own freaking fault I poured out too much of a flavor I hate. Got it.
I also won't send back the wrong food order most of the time, or complain even if service is terrible. Just embarrassment, and I obviously need to get over it.