Amazon has this new button you can add to your browser that will allow you to add nearly anything you can find on the internet to your wishlist. This is fantastic. Not just for glorious, disgustingly consumer aspect of it, but simply for keeping lists of things. I maintain a private wish list on Amazon, not for gifts, but rather so I can keep track of things I want to read or watch or whatever. Now I can keep track of things Amazon doesn’t have. I am quite gleeful over this. (And since I am talking about it, here is a gratuitous link my own wishlist, in case one of you won the lottery this weekend and were thinking you needed to buy me a present.)
Amazon has long ben trying to ensure that I rarely go anywhere else to get stuff and they are slowly realizing that dream. If Amazon Fresh ever becomes available where I live then I’ll have to get dressed even less often. Fabulous.
Had a fantastic visit with my sister. Did lots of touristy stuff, lots of chores, lots of lazy stuff and lots of laughing. I posted our pictures of the Lost Sea and Cheekwood on Flickr. Sadly we didn’t take nearly enough pictures of anything, but then we never do.
What I learned from this trip was that I still like travelling with my family and I need to win the lottery, so there can be much much more sister travelling.
I’m ridiculously excited for the new Harry Potter movie. I probably won’t go see it this week, but soon!! In anticipation of it, I made Libelle watch the Daniel Radcliffe episode of Extras (the scene with Dame Diana Rigg has got to be one of the funniest things ever put on TV) and we’ve had all the movies on in the background today (one of the channels is showing them all).
It’s been a much needed lazy day around here. I did actually bathe, but barely got dressed. I posted pictures online, read blogs, drank coffee, made lunch, took out the trash, read a little, picked up my room a little, washed my hair (very time consuming), and lazed around a lot. Very nice for a grey and somewhat stormy Sunday.
With my sister gone life returns somewhat to normal. Which means I need to start Getting Things Done. The only question is, what exactly will those things be?
The most immediate concern is, what will I do about dinner? Why are there no cute, red-haired (Weasley) boys to bring me carnitas? Or perhaps a nice Cobb salad? Instead I’ll have to forage on my own through the depths of the fridge. Sadly we did not make it to the store today.