[Previous: "So Where Exactly Do I Stick The Snail?"] [Main Index] [Next: "Being A Page-Two Boyfriend."]


12/27/2004 Entry: "Procrastination Returned."

Back from Northern Virginia. I think I've determined the reason for the area's traffic congestion: it's the large number of magnets on their bumpers. They make all the SUVs stick to each other, especially around the malls.

Christmas was uneventful. The Boyfriend's family is still a pretty amiable bunch, and his parents are great hosts for the holiday. Nevertheless I'm very happy to be back in my own house with High Speed Internet, TiVo and Playstation. And with another week off from work, now I just have to decide between surfing my blogroll, watching Good Eats on the Food Network, or getting back to Kingdom Hearts.

Or, you know, I could work on that list of things to do, the house, this site, my files...maybe I could even get out of my pajamas and take a shower today.

On the other hand, it is wet and cold out there. There's still tomorrow. Where'd I leave the remote?

Replies: 5 comments

I am so in my pj's, planning on what ps2 game to throw in and thinking about who I'm going to get drunk with next.

I'll get to the laundry next year.

Posted by Aaron @ 12/28/2004 07:04 AM PST

I'm never taking native San Franciscans/Bay Areaists to Chicago in the winter. It's mild here right now and the temperatures in the 20s would make them cringe. :p

Posted by Jason @ 12/28/2004 09:15 AM PST

Jason, I should point out that the morning we landed in Virginia it was 14 degrees, with 40 MPH winds. But yes, cold is relative. Stay warm!

Posted by Casey @ 12/28/2004 10:07 AM PST

14 degrees? 20 degrees? What are these balmy temperatures of which you speak?!

It's been Good Eats and World of Warcraft for me. With some KOTOR 2 thrown in for spice.

Posted by Greg @ 12/29/2004 12:07 AM PST

I'm so removing you from my links page if you don't post soon.

(kidding - read your comment on S-Bomb)

wink - A

Posted by Aaron @ 01/15/2005 07:08 AM PST

[Main Index]

Powered By Greymatter

Copyright 2000, Ultramundane.com