I was worried the the sparkling lime water that I accidentally froze wouldn't be the same when it thawed, but it's okay.
I almost bought a new car last weekend. This one.
I don't need one. I don't particularly want one, seeing that I still hate the fact that I don't live in a place with adequate public transportation and I'm stuck making a car payment, insurance and buying gasoline. But when car salesmen saw me sitting in the dealership waiting for my 2007 model to get an oil change, they figured they'd pounce anyway and convince me to upgrade to a 2009. Really, a 2007 is plenty new enough. In the end I drove it overnight, had some fun, and took it back the next day. I figure I wasted about 4 hours of my life, most of the time with a new car salesman who was awkward enough that it was funny. At one point during all the downtime he says "You haven't asked me anything about me." Um...I didn't know we were on a date.
The rest of the weekend was a blur, I was rarely home. I like those kinds. Spent the afternoon making fall-shaped sugar cookies and mixing colors in frosting trying to create an appropriate brown color for the turkeys. It turned out this sparkly metallic deep purple. Oh well.
It's the time of year to do "Arizona things." Bonfires on mountain reserves, outdoor runs around resorts, Suns games at sports bars, it's actually kind of nice when I hear stories of snow back East.
I almost fell into the upgrade trap this weekend, but I'm going to wait and see how far the prices fall. My trusty 2004 (omg that sounds so old) is doing pretty well (knock wood).
It IS snowing here and I'm jealous that you probably don't have to put your flip flops away yet.
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