My commuter rail was much emptier than usual (I had a three-seater all to myself) and my Red Line was about as crowded as usual (I got to sit down after a stop or two). Coming home, Red Line was per usual and commuter rail was emptier (I scored a single-seater). Amanda said the buses were running on Saturday schedule, which was frustrating for her.
So quiet today.
UnitHead on Amanda taking care of some life insurance thing of his: "The only reason it has any priority is in case my plane crashes on the way to Ireland."
This made me very much want to go to Ireland for some reason unbeknownst to me.
Also: Easter jellybeans? I have gotten spoiled like whoa with Jelly Bellys. They do grow on one, though. (I've gotta stop consuming so much sugar at work, though. I think it contributes to my end-of-day crashing.) Eric actually got Jelly Bellys for Easter (though apparently not the best flavors).
Eric says he's too lazy to grocery shop/cook. I'm almost too lazy to go out to eat (You want me to select a restaurant? And then select from a menu?). Plus of course it pains me to spend money, so going out to eat like he does would be anathema for me. Buying lunch twice last week was pushing it for me.
Bevy of posts coming... probably tomorrow. I wanna go run a couple errands and then watch my tape of last week's CSI and Without a Trace. Have been reminded recently that not only am I fonder of authorial intent than is popular, but I skew away from post-structuralism/post-modernism and towards a belief in absolutes (I am Text Girl, I am Truth Girl, this surprises no one) even while I am so all about complexities and spectrums in many areas.