trying the Peppermint Mocha Latte from Dunkin Donuts..final decision...nope not very good...No Sir, You are Not a Barista! The Starbucks latte is so much better... ;) wishing I was home watching Heroes than at work. The day seems to be dragging.
gotta love christmas munckins. cheers me after having to take my lunch late after a long call. craziness today...woke up at 7:30am and I needed to be at work at 8am. Made it without a second to spare. I may end up using my cell phone as an alarm clock so I am less likely to shut it off in the morning and continue sleeping...or as a last resort tell my roommate to text me or knock on my door if he hears no movement after 7:15am. Glad 5pm is so close now. I really can't wait until Saturday!
Trying to think of what I would like for Christmas....if money was no object...also anything green, fiestaware...I'm not picky..I may need a headlamp too, may pick that up at LL Bean this weekend...
Photo Collage + Perennial Calendar
Chalkboards, license plates, doorways, bottles, monuments. 49 glimpses of Paris that capture the the essence of the city at street level. Clip the photos together to form a large-scale, perpetual calendar that leaves a lasting impression.
Find it here.
Is it weird that I think this is awesome and useful all at the same time?
Powered by Doctor Who. This extremely unusual, 4-port, powered USB hub allows you to connect multiple USB devices to your computer via your very own TARDIS time machine! Now how many people do you know who can say that? Plug it into the USB port on your computer and the blue light on top lights up. When you connect another device to the TARDIS itself, you'll hear the "dematerialization" noise and watch the light slowly flash off and on. An on/off switch for the sound is included, and the unit can be used as a powered or non-powered USB hub. Buy this puppy and no one can ever say that you aren't a steadfast, dedicated devotee of the Doctor! Stands approximately 4 1/2-inches tall. Its available here for only $29.99. hmm...I do use a few devices that use USB....They have quite a few Doctor Who things on that website for sale...like a Sonic Screwdriver!
Doctor Who is a long-running British science-fiction television program (and a 1996 television movie) produced by the BBC. The program presents the adventures of a mysterious time traveler known as "the Doctor." Along with his companions, he explores time and space in his TARDIS time ship, solving problems and righting wrongs.