* Make room on the bandwagon, I bought the Mumford & Sons CD. So far, I'm really liking it.
* I came thisclose to leaving work at 4:00pm today to go to McDonald's for a cheeseburger. But I didn't. I think I deserve a brownie for showing such restraint.
* Tonight, I watched 4 episodes of Jeopardy that had accumulated on my DVR. This made me oh so happy. It made Brian fall asleep on the couch. (Though he did wake up at one point, mumble the correct answer to Final Jeopardy, and then fall back asleep. Smarty pants.)
* I'm intrigued by the popular fascination with Lent. It seems to me that many people who otherwise never mention religion love to talk about what they're giving up for Lent. My Facebook feed was full of people proclaiming their Lenten sacrifice. What is it that attracts so many people to observe this religious tradition (or at least talk about it) yet neglect many others? When did Lent become trendy? Has anyone else noticed this? (Just making an observance - not saying this is a bad thing.)
* I went to Target to stock up on cereal and they didn't have Captain Crunch! Clearly not a major problem, but who doesn't carry Captain Crunch? It's delicious.
* If you ever need a reminder of how many crazy people are on the Internet, try selling something on Craigslist. Holy moly, there are a lot of weirdos out there. I listed a desk for sale and got no less than 10 crazy emails on the first day the listing was posted. One guy just wrote "Text me your address." Yeah, sure buddy. Can I send you a naked picture while I'm at it? Nut job. (I probably just attracted more Internet weirdos by writing "naked picture." Crap.)
* Despite a series of embarrassingly bad attempts to capture a "bump picture," I'm going to post one tomorrow. If this interests you, come back to check it out. And try not to laugh too hard at my lame self-portrait. Or at least don't tell me how hard you laughed.
No clever ending. That's all she wrote.