Sudoku. I loved it when I started, but I would pencil in the numbers adn frustratingly erase them when I was wrong. Then I just recently learned a good easy way to solve it quickly and I’m hooked again.
Income Trust is all over the news here in Canada. Prime Minister Stephen Harper said they weren’t going to taxt it and now they are, or something like that. It’s all mumbo-jumbo to me. I don’t really like politics and I barely understood anything that the news correspondant was saying. I guess that’s why I’ll never get to be a millionaire through investing my hard earned dollars. Or never get to be Prime Minister.
November Rain. Whenever I think of November, I think of the Guns N’ Roses super long ballad because it brings back fond memories of the night I went to a GNR concert in my skin-tight, black, stretchy jeans and my black, leather, tassled jacket that matched my black, leather, tasseled purse. Yes. Fond memories because sometimes I like to think that I am still as thin and wispy as I was when I was 14.
I’ve sold-out, just a little bit. I went to my PayPal account to see if I had enough in there to buy a Chuckles 2007 Calendar and my total is $7.17 CAD. So, just in case any of you want to help buy me a calendar, like I suspected that you might, because I have ESP; I’ve added a donate button at the bottom of my sidebar. If I can raise enough money (the calendar is $16.99 US) to get it, and get it really soon, I’ll take it with me to the conference and ask the famed Heather AND Jon to sign it for me. Then I’ll take a picture of it for you. I’m not sure what the entire cost will be with the shipping and the currency conversion, so I don’t even know what the monetary goal would be, but it’s worth a try. I should also be taking donations to even get my ass to the conference, but that’s a whole other story; one that may or may not involve moving and working at a REAL JOB.