Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Goliath, Oct 20, 2010.
Tank of gas to head home.
Ink for the printer, cheese for a wine and cheese party, and frames for a poster and a picture from my trip to LA
A little 9 dollar game from Steam.
Some takeout lunch for today along with extra groceries.
75 cents for air for my two front tires.
99 bucks at the grocery store.
Gifts for our grand-daughter.
Nordic Track exercise bike. I hope I use it!
2014 Holiday Barbie doll, shower head, faucet aerator and gasket, lettuce. I installed the shower head and replaced my aerator and gasket. I've never done anything like that before!
Saskatchewan Roughriders clothing.
All three albums by LAZERHAWK
Sheet Music to all of the hits by FLEETWOOD MAC.
Because of Mick Fleetwood's obscure - and very brief - involvement in STAR TREK: The Next Generation, I've been meaning to learn some of his band's music. Rhiannon looks very promising to start, very simple guitar parts. The book was attractive and I don't know it ... it just came over me. They "saw me coming" though, with how much I paid - but that's what I get for seeing it in a music store and not on eBay. RUMOURS, in particular, is the kind of album that's very much of its day, with its sort of folky style. But it's "atmospheric" which I find very attractive. The "mystical" quality to the lyrics, the simplicity of it is charming. The very quality of the mix is outstanding, though, even for the time. Not tinny-sounding, or anything like that. Anyway, I've been looking for something for the accoustic, so I can play without (many) complaints.
Some takeout dinner for this evening.
Put in a Star Trek episode and peddle away. It's a great way to spend about 45-50 minutes of time and you get some exercise too. And - you often lose track of time while watching. I've been doing it for years in addition to my regular workout. Enjoy.
Last purchase - a Saskatoon berry pie that'll be eaten for breakfast this morning.
Trying to work my way up, I've been doing thirty minutes at a time. Reading Star Trek: Seekers #1 while I'm peddling.
Lunch for today along with some extra groceries.
Just some food. Nothing interesting.
Good work and good for you! You may not believe it yet, but it will become addictive, and at some point, if you miss your ride one day, your body will know something is amiss. Keep it up, you can do it.
Last purchase - supper at the Toronto airport.
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