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Old 12-31-2006, 02:51 PM   #421
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Actually, I have lots to do away from the internet keep me occupied.

~U2 by U2

~Ireland by Frank Delaney. I've only read a little of it but one of my Ireland obsessed coworkers read it and he loved it. It's really good so far.

~Professional Baking---chapter 1. I've already read it once but it's incredibly confusing. It starts off so nice. It talks about the beginnings of baking in early times and then it ends up so evil. It talks about metrics, scaling, weighing. You have to be scientist to understand it. So I need to read it a few more times and maybe pop in the CD that came with the book.

I also have the last 2 episodes of Rick Steves' Ireland to watch. I've watched the Dublin one a million times. I wish I could go back now and see everything that I missed.
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Staying home most likely tonight as well. Was invited a few places, but this year has been as such that I kind of prefer for it to end quietly. I was really considering going to a friend's place tonight, but a mini-drama starring me has erupted from that so I'm staying as far away from that as humanly possible.

Boys (Present company excluded, of course )

U2 By U2 sounds like a good idea, arw. I got it for Christmas an am in the middle of when they're recording October. I am in love with that book, it's awesome.
Nothing like a little drama!

I havent even started reading U2 by U2 yet. Just flipped through looking at the pictures.

I rented "Invincible" for tonight. Sports movie obviously but I heard its pretty good. Nothing else new at the video store looked interesting to me anyway.
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Well....I guess I am also going to have to watch The Devil Wears Prada and March of the Penguins.

I have no idea what the 1st movie is about. I've always wanted to see March of the Penguins.

The Vikings are being murdered right now. Oh well. Not like it would have done anything for them to win other than a win.

OK.....back to reading.......
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Fazoli's ???
I miss Fazoli's . We had them up in Tallahassee when I was at FSU, but they're not in Tampa .
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Insanity, why even bother going if its that busy. I would find something else to do, even if I was there on vacation. Pay $80 to wait in line all day basically.
That's why annual passes are great. They're expensive, but if you go 4 or 5 times a year, they pay for themselves (and I go more than that ). It's nice just to go for a few hours, go on a couple of rides and have a nice lunch or dinner, then go home and not feel you have to see everything .

Oh, and my dad got my sister, brother and I funpasses to Busch Gardens for Christmas . That place is insanely crowded since they started the funpass program because all of the local kids go there, but if I don't have to pay for it, I don't mind the crowds . I'll have to file a roller coaster report for you Blue Room .
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Well....I guess I am also going to have to watch The Devil Wears Prada and March of the Penguins.

I have no idea what the 1st movie is about. I've always wanted to see March of the Penguins.

The Vikings are being murdered right now. Oh well. Not like it would have done anything for them to win other than a win.

OK.....back to reading.......
Yeah, same with the Bucs. Not that I care about the Bucs, it doesn't even count anymore. I think if Gruden has another season like this one, he'll be gone. He gets a pass this year because our starting quaterback lost his spleen (literally ).

Also staying home tonight. We traditionally cook lots of appetizers and have them for dinner, but my sister convinced dad to make a ham tonight. I'll miss my mini-hot dogs .

My sister is currently obsessed with World of Warcraft (she got it from a friend for Christmas). It might just be me and Anderson Cooper at midnight tonight .
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~Ireland by Frank Delaney. I've only read a little of it but one of my Ireland obsessed coworkers read it and he loved it. It's really good so far.

Is that a travel book or a history book? I need to start planning the next grand vacation .

I've posted a lot in a row, but that's what happens when you're at the movies for most of the day .
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kelly and arw, it could be worse. Your NFL franchise could be the Lions! Who will win today because it will cost them the first pick in the first round draft. Cant even lose when they should! Not that it would matter. They would probably draft another receiver that wouldnt pan out.
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Well....I guess I am also going to have to watch The Devil Wears Prada and March of the Penguins.

I have no idea what the 1st movie is about. I've always wanted to see March of the Penguins.

The Vikings are being murdered right now. Oh well. Not like it would have done anything for them to win other than a win.

OK.....back to reading.......
March of the Penguins is really good, but have a box of tissues handy.

I need to get going. I said I was going to go get my supplies for tonight, what, two hours ago?

I'm stopping by my mom's, too. Have to pick up a couple of things and I want to see Nikki (her beagle) before I get caught all back up in work and school and only go there on Sundays.
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Is that a travel book or a history book? I need to start planning the next grand vacation .


It's actually fiction. It's a book set in Ireland.

As far as travel....buy anything that Rick Steves makes. I him!

someday I'll get back there. Maybe for 3 months next year as a student. If nothing else, my graduation gift to myself in 15 months.
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I'm staying home and am very happy about doing so. It's nasty weather out and even though I was invited to a friends I feel a cold coming on and honestly the rain was so bad driving home you couldnt pay me to go back out in it. I did get a bunch of goodies for my mom and I and we're planning on spending it with Anderson Cooper like Kelly. My mom has a small crush on him so it could be fun to teasing her. She hasn't been in that kind of fun/playful mood in ages so I'm going to be relentless in trying to bring it out.

Now if only the pizza I ordered for dinner would show up I would be a happy gal right now! I'm starrrrrrving!
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~Ireland by Frank Delaney. I've only read a little of it but one of my Ireland obsessed coworkers read it and he loved it. It's really good so far.

I'll be starting this book very soon!

CF gave me a really cool bookmark as part of my gift this year so I am all set!
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Ok the pizza dude just called for directions.
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I'll be starting this book very soon!

CF gave me a really cool bookmark as part of my gift this year so I am all set!

I gave you a bookmark too....it's the long stringy thing with a celtic knot on the end.
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I took a tiny little nap. Just turned the game back on. WTF is up with the Bears?!?!?

March of the Penguins.....so cute!!!!!!! However, I don't get what the big deal is about this film over any other animal story. It was just like watching something off of Animal Planet. But it was really cute.
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