Hi guys. Sorry I haven’t been blogging lately. Not because I don’t want to, but because I COULDN’T. I am currently nursing a right hand from Carpal Tunnel… Ugh. That’s one of the downsides of working as web designer for a living. The hand being used for the mouse gets screwed up. I’m telling, it’s not easy working with your hand all bandaged up and aches if used too long. I had to rest it every now and then so it won’t get any complications (Paul, our Head Programmer, told me that I might need to have it operated on if there were complications). Well, having a hand operation is enough to scare me, so I rested my hand whenever I felt some pain. I can’t just abandon all the work I need to do, but I can’t lose my right hand either
I have a new addiction: Meiji! If you don’t know what Meiji is, it’s a chocolate bar here (cheaper than your Cadburry and Hershey’s) imported from Japan. I think I started getting addicted to Japanese chocolates when Paul brought home some for me and Marc when he got back from Tokyo. Marc doesn’t want to admit it, but I think he’s addicted to Meiji too! I’d ask him to buy me 2 bars of Meiji from 7/11, but when he gets here, all I end up with is one bar. Where did the other one go? Where else? Marc’s stomach
Thank goodness I’m not a dog, or I won’t be able to taste this yummy Meiji chocolate! I know that most of you who read my blogs own dogs, or at least like them. In case you don’t know yet, chocolates are bad for dogs. Seriously. DO NOT FEED YOUR DOG CHOCOLATES! Very dangerous for them. If they accidentally eat some, make them vomit it. Or better yet, take them to the vet ASAP.
Speaking of dogs… Marc and I brought home leftovers from our steak dinner last night. Nothing fancy really. We just ate at this cool steak place in Libis. I forgot the name of the place, but the grill is located at the corner of the Club Six-Fifty parking lot. The place isn’t classy, but the steak is good and very affordable. Choknat and Sheero were able to get dibs on our leftover bones (from Prime Rib and Porterhouse steaks), but Harry wasn’t. Choknat stole Harry’s share even before I got to cut up one of the bones. Poor Harry just cuddled beside me and watched Sheero and Choknat munch on their bones. He only cheered up when I gave him a piece of loaf bread, his all-time favorite, the bread he goes nuts over. Weird dog, really. Loaf bread drives him mad.
Well that’s it for now. My hand is beginning to hurt again. Gotta go rest it before I totally lose my hand!