Probably going to do something I’ll regret. Maybe I need to.
Hard to believe that one week ago, @DJ_AM was throwing the first pitch at a Mets game. RIP.
Ended up with what I think will be a pretty great fantasy team this year: http://tinyurl.com/kmynx9
It’s nice, playing a two-pitch tournament in your own hometown. I’m home between games, on Twitter - instead of, like, stretching.
I currently have a doubting regret, telling me tonight could have been a good adventure. But instead, it was next to nothing.
But, tonight was a good night. Kicked the ball around with the lads, then had some drinks and watched highlights.
In the words of Dan Akroyd’s Julia Child, I’ve cut the dickens out of my finger.
How awesome is it that I started typing ‘Dreamcast’ instead of ‘Dreamcoat’?
Anyone iTunes/iPod-savvy enough to know if there’s a way to scan your library for artist or title errors? Eg., artist’s name repeated?
Hard to explain in a tweet. But my Decemberists music, for example, is split up. On iPod, “The Decemberists” is an artist name twice.
It’s hard for me to have the patience to answer my 7-year-old cousin’s constant questions. I can’t pretend to be interested.
Asked Layla (young cousin) when she got up today. “Um… the sun was almost up.” Dear God, child.
Bright side is, she’s got a better imagination and joy in playing than I do. Maybe I’m jealous? Maybe psychiatry is professional paranoia?
I don’t think anyone in my house will miss my brother’s little dog.
is it time to see Inglourious Basterds? Why, yes it is!
#itsnotcheating if you’re just really REALLY good at poker.
I don’t care what you think - I am impressed with my typing skills when I am inebriated to some degree.
Babysitting all day. My brother’s dog this morning is practice for my little cousins later this afternoon.
I know it’s unusual that I’ve never babysat before - as in, young kids, that aren’t my sister - but tomorrow’s the first time for something.
Just finished “Checker and the Derailleurs” by Lionel Schriver. I always feel guilty when a paperback gets good and bent, though.