So, I did not cook yesterday, and ended up going to the grocery on the way into work after all. When I went to record the amount spent on the food, the receipt said: $6.66. A reminder to me that in self improvement, the Devil is indeed in the details. I came home and put the salmon in the oven and started oatmeal to take for breakfast. The vegetables are too far gone to bake, so it will be the frozen broccoli. I came in a started playing computer games, forgetting the oatmeal. Luckily I remembered in time and I was able to use all of it after all. I made 2 bowls of it, and I use old fashioned oatmeal that needs to actually cook, along with cinnamon, cardamon, craisens, almonds, and I'll add blue agave syrup before leaving tonight for work.
I am going to remove a few of the blogs from my side bar. One hasn't been there long. I enjoy his somewhat rough writing, but in his title he used some vulgar language. It is one thing for me to have it in the blog if the writer wishes, but the title is a a bit too public for me. I do still enjoy his blog, but I try to keep this place family friendly.
In other changes, I've had a comment of mine on another person's blog removed. I used to say that I am much nicer online than I am in person, but perhaps this isn't true so much now. I'm not good at social situations, and apparently I'm also not good at knowing what to say when. Some folks only want a certain type of comment, and I don't pick up the ques it seems and overstep the bounds. Not the first time this has happened. So, to be sure not to offend the folks whose blogs I read I probably won't be commenting much anymore. Not that I was doing a lot of it anyway. I'm still here reading. I'm not mad or anything, their blog their rules. I just am not sure anymore how I'm perceived online and I think it is best to keep my mouth shut in other folks' homes. My own blog, and on message boards where I hang out that encourage discourse, I'm still gonna be myself.
Oh, I finally got around to fixing the 'I'm not a robot' foolishness that blogger put in. I don't like the passive aggressive way they came in and changed how I had it set up but the platform is free and until I get around to programming my own blog interface (which I may at some point...) I guess I play by their rules.