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It seems that the light might be working. I had to rub a lot of sleep from the eyes this morning, granted, but here it is Monday, and I'm feeling pretty perky and motivated. Another good sign (and my parents might choose to tune out at this point if they'd prefer) is that I'm feeling much friskier. As if it were spring. I'll dispense with much detail on this subject, and just add that I think Eric is pleased with the turn of events. Hee!

Anyway, Cynthia and I went to the Holiday Scottish Walk in Olde Town on Saturday. We met up with Steve, Kitty et. al., and had really quite a nice time. It was (I'm not making this up) 72 outside! After we got back to my place, we lay in the grass watching the little wisps of clouds, and failing to believe how lovely it was.

Tony, being the doomsayer he is, said that in five years when we're all under water we'll be sorry we had such a gorgeous, warm day in December. I'm sure he's right, but does he have to be such a killjoy?

Lacking anything productive to do, Eric, Cynthia and I decided to spend the evening at her place watching Buffy tapes, meeting her new (ADORABLE) kitten and drinking absinthe. Man, life could be worse! Sunday was restful, and minimally productive. We went grocery shopping at Harris Teeter, and found it to be, as Eric put it, overfull with "upscale humanity". But the produce is really excellent, which is key to the happiness of a Fenriss.

How's this entry for mundane? Well, at least it's cheerfully mundane!


( 2 comments — Leave a comment )
Dec. 5th, 2001 10:36 am (UTC)
Yay!! Frisky, happy Rachel is a good thing!! :D

I can't believe this weather, I'm just going to enjoy it while it lasts!

-- Andi, off to the zoo today :D
Dec. 7th, 2001 08:05 am (UTC)
global warming--BAH!
we're not going to be underwater in five years. that's just silly.

take into account:

1998 was the warmest winter on record in the US.
last winter was the coldest on record.

and we've only been keeping records since the 1800s.

climate goes through cycles. sometimes its warmer, sometimes it's colder (for instance, in the 1400s, there was an ice age--called the little ice age--that cover two thirds of europe in snow and ice) but global warming is a myth.
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