Saturday, December 20, 2008

Homeward Bound

Here are some tidbits that I have learned in the past couple of days:
1. You can pay $2.99 for an hour of wireless at SFO, and, I presume, most airports. (I am aware that most people already knew this. I am not, however, most people.)
2. UCSF medical center has a walk-in urgent care clinic. You don't have to have a doctor at UCSF to use it.
3. The nurse practitioner at UCSF is not all that helpful when you have an attack of the MRSA. They do give you a prescription that, so far, has not caused your face to swell up.

Here are some things that I have observed so far while waiting for my overbooked flight:
1. Two sisters approximately 8 and 10, dressed in matching pajamas and bathrobes. The younger one's p.j.-bathrobe set is blue. The older one's is pink.
2. A 12-year-old girl staring at me strangely for wearing my neck pillow. Her sister is wearing headgear. Headgear is weirder.
3. The planewear of choice for children taking redeyes seems to be pj's, with the notable exception of one little boy who is wearing cutoff kahkis, an orange Ralph Lauren polo shirt, and a suit jacket.

I cannot imagine raising my children on the opposite side of the country from my family. This West Coast adventure is really great for now, but small children + redeye every holiday? I can't imagine that that's fun. Plus, I want my mom around to help me take care of my babies.

Monday, December 15, 2008

Cookies make my life better.

I am sorry for my lack of posting frequency; I am very busy leading my excruciatingly boring life.
I would, however, like to point both of my readers in the direction of these cookies. They are amazing and they will change your life for the happier.
(Thanks, Smitten Kitchen!)

Thursday, December 4, 2008

They Do Have A Point

See more Jack Black videos at Funny or Die

Conversation with my roommate while watching this:
Me: It's like We are the World! All over again!
roomie|west: Except it's We are the Gays!
. . .
r|w: That was a really good thing to watch together. It was like family t.v. hour. Except two minutes. And a computer screen. And the gays.