Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical (hermionesviolin) wrote,
Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical
hermionesviolin

I went to bed at like 7:35 last night and didn't really wake up until like 6am this morning (when there was a cat at the foot of my bed).  I'd thought about going to Temple Shalom (which timing would have required getting up by about 8), but I ended up staying in bed and sleeping off and on until almost 9am.

I picked up groceries... and otherwise basically failed to be productive.

Anyone have recommendations for a feedreader?  I started using Google, and my first annoyance was that it has me read each subscription individually; that's what I have a list of bloglinks on my LJ sidebar for -- I thought a feedreader would aggregate a la lj flist.  My latest annoyance with it is that I don't actually know how to delete posts.  (And I think I would like my Starred Items to show up in the order they were posted, not in the order I starred them -- especially since, duh, I'm starring from blogs in clusters because I'm only reading one blog at a time -- though I'm willing to concede maybe that's not the majority preference.)

Cate and her coworker Kate and I had dinner at Namaskar tonight before going to Duchess of Malfi.  I got the Dal Makhani ("Our own house specialty, a black lentil dish, cooked with delicacy").  Kate got the Navrattan Korma ("Mixed garden fresh vegetables cooked with herbs, nuts and spices in a mild gravy") and she offered to share, so I had a bit, and it was really good; I need to remember to order that next time.  We stopped by Jason's store afterward to hand off Cate's leftovers, and it's always a pleasure to see him.

[obligatory snow report] When we left the show after 10, it had begun to snow, definite layer covering the ground, though falling fairly calmly so there were still bare asphalt patches.
Tags: blogging: rss, food: boston area, people: jason, weather: snow: 2008-2009
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