* I managed to get ready for work--showered, blow-dried, made up--in 30 minutes flat. I'm not saying the results were anything spectacular, but a half hour! For someone with moderately long hair! WHO EVEN SHAVED HER LEGS AND SORTA MADE HER BED!
* I lost my debit card, which sucked ... but then I found it! Crisis averted!
* My friend made me laugh so hard I spit all over the place. Not, like, a little spray. A full stream of spit. I think of all the people who don't have someone to make them laugh so hard they actually spit, and it's the saddest thing ever. I'm very lucky.
* I ordered a kid-sized Oreo sundae for my Grey's Anatomy treat and the kid at the ice cream place gave it to me for FREE!
* Grey's Anatomy was good! I still want more Derek-Meredith, but it was good. It managed to surprise me not once (totally thought the Amish girls were lesbians at first), but twice! (I knew about George and Callie already, but Burke and Cristina? Seriously?!?) I've never been super on board with George and Callie, but I really, really liked the part where George ... oh, who am I kidding, I'm watching it again right now, I'll just tell you EXACTLY what he said. This is what he said to her:
"Every time I look at you, I feel better. It shocks me, and it knocks my wind out, but it's true. I don't have to have sex with you, I'd be happy just to look at you from across the room. And even that, anything, any piece of you--I mean, hopefully all of you, that'd be the best thing" (and then he gets all flustered and pauses) "... because I love you."
Cute, right? I totally, totally, TOTALLY got it, so I liked that part. And, actually, Cristina rocked that last scene, too. And, OK, so did Derek and Meredith at the end. And the Amish girls, before that. There were a lot of good parts. So it was a good Grey's day.
* And would you believe that I was able to type all of George's little quote as it played on TV without messing up or having to rewind ONCE? I mean, if you could have seen me in typing class in 10th grade ... definite evidence that I have progressed as a human being. If only in the tiniest of ways.
* An hour from now, I'll be soaking in a nice, hot bubble bath, with a vanilla candle next to me and some kind of book or trashy magazine in my hands.
Not bad, huh?