To be fair, he thought he was returning my call from the missed call feature on his new cell phone, when in fact he had misread it. I called him back a couple of minutes later and squared everything away.
With the recent news about Vioxx, Celebrex, and this morning, Aleve, I thought I would just list the side effects of four of my regular medications (I take eight on a daily and one on a weekly basis) for fun. Yes, for fun. I am not worried about these, nor should you. It just amuses me to read these.
I have been percolating around with an idea for a little while. Actually longer than a little while, but neveryoumind. I have known for virtually my entire life that I need to lose weight, so I have started on the path again-almost- and have started another sub-site about it here. Feel free to head over and see what I mean.
- Attempt to wield a 10' chef knife. However, my new onion dicing technique is unstoppable. - Iron. - Design a new website. - Make solicitation calls for work. - Program a cell phone. - Balance my checkbook. - Again, one should not iron. - Write a report for work. - Shampoo carpets. - Shampoo dogs. - Shampoo one's self. - Actually, anything involving shampoo. - Explain the benefits of WPA wireless security to my parents. Hell, it can't be done stone cold sober. - Program season passes on a TiVo. Why the hell I decided Cops was worthy I still don't know. - Hit on the cute woman at the grocery store. - Drive. - For the love of God, don't try to iron.
It's "buck-a-hit-day" over at Jack's site. Head over and check him out, if you haven't already, and he and his family will donate $1 to either the Oregon Food Bank, the food pantry of St. Philip Neri Parish, or Daybreak Shelter for homeless families.
It's a good cause, it's local, and it is simple, so go and do it.
A haircut from Beth at The Barbers on Sandy. When you walk in and she knows your name, remembers how you cut your hair without having to ask how you want it, and ends the haircut with a shoulder massage, you know you are at the right place.
Dinner with my parents.
The successful expansion of a business partnership that should lead to explosive growth.
A nice lunch with a great friend.
"Meh"ing the release Lord of the Rings: Return of the King.
A meeting with a volunteer who offers roughly 30-40 hours of their personal time to help me on reaching out to new volunteers.
Another friend who says it is okay NOT to rob the bank on their behalf.
Here's another. A personal ad where the (extremely cute) woman lists They Might be Giants as "music that puts her in the mood".