Monday, November 19, 2007

filed under miscellaneous

I think my hand is going to fall off. Yesterday Josh helped me track down all the bugs and some heart pieces in Zelda. Well, all but two. I spent most of the afternoon playing Zelda and my left forearm is still tired and sore. I can't even knit! I am pathetic. At least I got through half the foot portion of the second Stripey sock while watching the latest UFC Saturday night. I didn't do anything else notable yesterday either because I didn't leave the apartment.

Saturday was slightly more productive. I got the oil changed in my car and bought a cake carrier. I also ordered some the Harmony needles set. I really prefer the Knit Picks, metal and wood, over my Denise needles and I realized that I needed the bigger needles, though I don't like chunky knits. Big needles make Christmas gifts go much faster.

We also bought a laptop from the Dell Outlet. We got a great deal on a nice computer. I can't wait until it arrives. My computer is so slow anymore. You don't get to customize it, but there are lots of good options if you need a cheap, but still good machine.

I had steel-cut oatmeal for breakfast this morning. They take a little longer than rolled oats of my fave multi-grain cereal, but it was a nice change. I need to get some more cranberries or other dried fruit to toss in there. I have a 1qt saucepan which is perfect for my morning oats!

I am so excited for Turkey Day!!! I am looking forward to all the cooking I get to do on Wednesday.

This game is addictive, but it helps others when you do well.

I must be smart! At least my education did something for me.

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Anonymous said...

Haha! My blog's reading level is Elementary.

AndreaLea said...

Try the hamburger game. It's addictive. Even more so than the knitting.
Hey, I tried making my own window cleaner from one of those recipes. It's vinegar, water and dish soap (I think, I don't remember) and it works super!

Cookie baker Lynn said...

Go Zelda! You sound just like me. I've been playing Tumblebugs on the computer till my arm hurts to move.

Have a great Thanksgiving, Chealsea.

Dragonfly said...

I love the free rice game. and I'm feeling smart too! :-P

Which Zelda are you playing? (we are going between Twilight Princess and Phantom Hourglass)

~Knitting Up A Storm~ said...

I was reading Glamour the other day, and came across a "Chelsea, 24, Iowa city, Ia" the other day while reading about "personal" opinions on guy-girl related stuff. It wouldn't happen to be you, would it? Lol.