Well, our Old Lady (aka our 2000 Ford Focus) has made a turnaround and has decided to survive! Turns out the cables that connect the battery to.....to....well, whatever the battery connects to, were corroded and just needed to be replaced. A mere $39.99 and she lives to die another day. She now sits in her usual spot in the driveway only to drive Mike to and from work. Mike and I have decided that other than transporting him to work and back, she is only to be driven if there is some crazy life or death situation where we need to drive it somewhere. As in if there is ever a zombie outbreak, and our other car has been set on fire, so the Ford is our last means of escape. Even then, I'm not sure she could outrun a mob of zombies which is sad to say.
In other news, I am also at a crossroads with my camera situation. I am feeling fed up with my old digital camera (which takes not so great photos), but I still don't feel comfortable with my newer, nicer camera. I need someone with some camera experience (i.e. Buffy, Tanda....if either of you are reading this!) to give me a tutorial on how to use my Rebel. Seriously. Maybe then I can have wonderful photos (like my friend Maria and my sister-in-law Rachel who both always take great pictures). I'm declaring that in August of 2010 I will figure our how to use my camera and put it into practice so that I can better document my life! There, I said it. Now it's out there for you all to hold me accountable.
It's getting late here, and before I go to bed I am going to have my traditional "midnight snack" of cereal. I go through phases where only certain cereals can satisfy my cravings-- Cocoa Pebbles, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Special K Red Berries, Oh's, Kix, Raisin Bran Extra! (weird, I know), and currently it's Golden Grahams. They are too sweet for me to eat in the morning, but somehow their graham- crackery goodness fits the bill for a late night snack. What cereal are you currently craving? If you're into cereal, that is.
Hope you all enjoyed my random, late-night post! :)