For lunch, I decided to get daring with my one leftover grilled fish fillet from yesterday's lunch and made a fish taco with it. It was surprisingly better than I'd anticipated it would be. Yay!
Ric Weiland, left, and Bill Gates at the Microsoft table during
the 1976 National Computer Conference in New York City.
Click here to read the entire story in the Seattle Times.
I met Kevin (av8rdude) at the gym for the usual routine— he: weights, me: cardio. On the TV right above me, I got sucked into today's Oprah show. I know I would watch her show if I had a TV.
Valerie Bertinelli was today's guest, and they discussed her new "tell-all" book about her divorce, her weight problem, her cocaine problem, and—the hook that caused me to do an extra 15 minutes on the elliptical machine waiting for them to come back from the commercial break and get to—her Lesbian kiss.
I did minimal work on the judging of those STC national competition newsletters today, but a little at least.
At 7:30, I lay (yes, that's the past tense of lie) down on the bed, picked up The Shipping News, read for just long enough to confirm that I absolutely hate the style in which it is written, and fell asleep—around 8:00, and as it turned out—for the night.