I wrote a diary yesterday, hit the preview button, then ran off. Oops. I thought I had submitted, but didn't. I discussed in depth about how it is definitely best to ditch the car and how it may - but may not - need enough work to get rid of it even for $0.
I ordered crowns for the wedding on Saturday, but now I'm not sure the order went through. The only e-mail I got from them was a confirmation that I had created an account at the site, nothing about the order. Further investigation reveals my card has not been charged, but that doesn't mean much: they may charge only when the order is shipped. I'll call them today, I suppose. But... if the order went in today, would it have enough time to get through? Well, probably. I'll call today to see what is up.
This project may turn into a "cluster of fun". I need to draft my thoughts so I can tell whether it's going to turn into something I can do or something that will be outside my capabilities by tomorrow's meeting. And whether we can actually get the data we need and get something rigorous turned around by October. I don't like it. I'm not a statistician. I don't even play one on TV.
We need to come up with some good books to read and discuss on the honeymoon. I will finish Don Quixote, I think, but we thought we'd pick a book to read and discuss together. Perhaps a novel, perhaps a play, something not too heavy, but not light, enough weight that you can discuss it for a few days, but light enough that it's appropriate for a honeymoon. Some Kundera might do nicely, but I've read most of his oeuvre. Gabriel Garcia Marquez, I think I have read most of the stuff that would be appropriate. But they have the right feel to my mind. She has a degree in English and, right before we started dating, I made it a point to read The Tempest and The Sea and the Mirror so we could discuss them, just so you have an idea of what sort of stuff we're into. I could revisit Kundera or Garcia Marquez, I suppose, it's been a while. But why not look at somebody new?
SO: BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS?
If any of you recommend that one McEwan book, though, I'll beat you senseless.
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