(thank you thank you!) came by this evening to set me up with a blog skin and familiarize me a little more with html (- she says she doesn't know much - pah!
). Now I want to make my own skin/template and fancify things. One step at a time. The plan was that we'd travel to S n'B afterwards but then Kim said that the hair bleaching with Natalie'd be happening around 8, and I lost my motivation to brave the cold and rain for such a short period of time. You're bleaching your hair?
No-no, I have this vision of having vibrant red strips in the bottom half of my hair. Kim (who went to school for hair styling - though I'm sure she wishes she'd never told me about it) tried to do it before, but my hair's just too dark to get vibrant anything. Bleach then red dye, that oughta do it. Just in time for this tsunami relief/DJs who care
thing on Thursday night.
We had this marathon house meeting (3 1/2 hours!) on Monday night - gave me a chance to finish the blue chevron afghan-turned-scarf.
Now I just gotta sew in the ends and block it out.
Pre-house meeting, I started a 6-week teacher's assistant gig for a vegetarian cuisine class at George Brown College
. It was okay. This first class got me kinda excited about biscotti. Truth be told, the best part of being the assistant teacher is getting to say "I'm the teacher's assistant for a cooking class at George Brown." It bums me out that I'm not getting paid for it. I've gotta get over that.
Oh, and my brother James turned 14 today. Gonna go call him. I'm lucky if I get more than 2-word sentances out of him in our conversations, but he's a good kid.