The title is meaningless. It just made me feel happy to say it that way.
So I'm trying out Google Chrome this week. I mostly like it but it has some quirks I am not so fond of. The first of which being that when I am in my Bookmarks it keeps no memory of the folder I am in, so if I decide to move anything around, it does so and then closes, forcing me to reclick my way through the maze of folders. And I know, that hardly made sense, but I have a headache and really, do you care that much to make me re-explain? I didn't think so. Anyhoo, Chrome also has this annoying dilemma of not allowing me to do pretty much anything in my email account, so I have to go back to IE to use that. Otherwise it's pretty sweet, and I like very much that it is a way faster and smoother ride than IE. If the email thing annoys me too much, I may make the jump to Mozilla.
Did you know the population of Canada is only like 32 million? Am I the only one who didn't know that they have like a tenth of the US population?
LOST comes back tonight! It's been like 8 or 9 months on hiatus I think? I don't know, it's just been ages and I'm sick of waiting! Chrissy & I have a date to watch it, and there will be popcorn and screeching of some kind.
I'm reading A Million Little Pieces by James Frey. I'll post about it later, but for now I'll just say that it's taking me longer to read it than a normal book, because I don't like to read it before bed. There is some insanely screwed up stuff in that book and I don't want my brain full of that to give me crazy nightmares.
My nonbloggingfriend linked me to a blog that I am currently obsessed with, The Omnomicon. It's a foody blog, with lots of cooking pictures taken in natural light. I so love those natural light food pictures; I think they just are homey or something. She's a bit sweary sometimes, but if we're being honest, so am I, so that doesn't bother me. I have given up nearly all of my vices in life, and cursing is the only tough-chick thing I seem to have left. Until I can afford more tattoos of course. Anyhow, she has this recipe for Pirogie Lasagna that I need to try. I don't know if I am going to make my Ukee grandparents turn in their graves by desecrating The Pirogie in this way, but all that oniony cheesey goodness is beckoning me.