It's January 5th. That means it is not only past Xmas, it's also past New Year's. You no longer have any reason to have your lights on. I don't care if you don't take them down yet, but I really don't understand why you have them on - unless you really like the extra high electric bills for some odd reason.
Can you tell that I'm happy it's past the holidays? Of course, the stores are already putting up stuff for the evil holiday happening in February, but - one hurdle at a time.
In other news, it started snowing yesterday afternoon. It hasn't stopped yet. -.-! I HATE WINTER. I am moving away from here some time in the next couple of years, so if you live somewhere that rarely gets under 40-odd degrees F and would perhaps like me to be your neighbor, give me reasons to move to your city/area. I want out of here.
Computer still fairly dead. Working on possible alternatives.
All the TV and radio stations in the Chicago area have been doing a donation drive today for the Tsunami victims, and 1 1/2 million dollars have been raised. Granted, Sandra Bullock donated $1 million by herself to the relief fund, but lots of people donating anywhere from $1 to $200,000 can add up. They had a story about a little girl who donated the $7 she earned babysitting. Makes me think my piddly $10 might actually do some good.