Class ended at 11, and at 11:30 I got to Krispy Kreme to meet Steve to pick up the color printouts he did for me. While waiting, I bought a dozen glazed donuts to take to class this afternoon. Steve showed up at about 11:55. I gave him a donut, collected my printouts, and raced home as the exterminator was supposed to be there some time between 12 and 1.
I pulled up at about 12:07, and he was just backing out of my spot. I honked at him and waved him back. I ate one donut after logging into work.
I brought the rest of the donuts to class, and like Brad and Amanda, ate two during the three hour class. That's 15 points worth of donuts. Grrrrrr! But, I haven't had them in a long time, and they were most yummy.
The three-hour class, once more, just flew by. Meagan wasn't there. Jason, Amanda, and I each did a presentation on what our articles for publication were about. All three topics were well received, with lots of interaction during the presentations. Dr. Brad seemed sincerely delighted.
After class, I met Steven at the gym. We both did an elliptical machine upstairs, and then walked our mile afterward. Some of the donuts counteracted, at least. I struggled not to eat once home.
I had an AIM conversation with Robert, and then a short one with Jay, who told me that he had sent Chris a note resigning from the GLBT Leadership Team. Before taking my system down, I read the note. It's right on, and I have to say I feel the same. It'll be interesting to see how the meeting next week goes now.
Oh, one other thing. While at the library today for the Dreamweaver class, I noticed some hardback books sitting in one of those racks where all the free rags and magazines are. One of them was My Point... And I Do Have One.
I started reading it in the car at Krispy Kreme, while waiting for Steve. The first thing I noticed inside the front cover is that it's one of those "traveling books" that has a sticker in it with an identifier and a request to go to a website and enter your information, and see where the book has traveled. How cool.
The book is hysterical. I love Ellen's sense of humor. Just love it. I hope to finish the book before my trip to Orlando in the first week of May, where I will leave it in the lobby of the hotel. Either that, or I might hang onto it until December, and take it to Greece with me and leave it there! How cool would that look on the "travelogue" of the book. Greece!