Well, here I am at ten o'clock on a Wednesday night, eating butter with a spoon. Relax, its almond butter. But still. How did I sink so low? Normally by now I would be so absorbed in either a new book, a hilarious and intellectually stimulating television program, probably on the History channel and most definitely not anything on VH1, or dozing off into a fitful night's sleep. However, here I am, sitting alone in my kitchen with nothing but an LCD screen for company. And why? Because I am perfectly happy doing so. I don't mind that it's not a complete meal-nor even a snack. I didn't eat dinner tonight, so this is my sustenance until my morning Special K and soy milk routine. Also, it's freakin good. Not better than peanut butter, no of course not, but still. Better than I expected it to be.
Speaking of which, today was Camcorder Day. You're right, this has nothing to do with the previous sentence, true. However, I didn't know of any other way to connect the two. To celebrate said holiday, I bought a.....drumroll please.........camcorder battery to replace the one I lost five months ago! Yay! I can now begin to make the movies that will shape and define the lives of others across the globe and be recognized for my genius and superior intellect. Or maybe I can just film my dog snoring at night. He's a dump truck, I swear.
My father just came down as I wrote that last bit and informed me that "if I wanted to smell clean tomorrow at school I had better come up and take a shower now while the lights are on." Very subtle that one.
Off to shower, then I suppose I should catch up on reading Hamlet. Shakespeare was one groovy dude though.
Lesson I learned today:
There are only four things you can do with your money;
1. Save it,
2. Invest it,
3. Give it away, or
4. Spend it.