Yo.

Well, I didn’t get to the smileys/auto-linking installation last night, but I did get any entries I could from Google’s cache and re-posted them. I hope to get to the rest of it today. I’ll make sure to back up my files ASAP this time, and back up at least once a week from now on. You’d think I’d have learned from the last time when Binary Blocks screwed me over. Oh well.

I have good news! Great news, actually. My boss surprised my co-worker and I with a trip to Toronto for the weekend. It’s actually kind of fitting because Wayde and I were just talking this weekend about visiting the HHOF sometime soon, likely after the baby is born and when Ray and Jen can come up. It looks like we’ll be going a bit sooner now! We’re staying at the Sheraton Centre Friday and Saturday, and many cool things are included in our weekend package. I’m so excited!

It will likely be our last “romantic getaway” before the baby is born, which is only a few weeks away now. Maybe, just maybe, we can head over to the ACC and buy some tickets off of a scalper. The Leafs play Carolina on Saturday and there’s a Toronto Rock game on Friday night. I guess we’ll see what happens.

I’m looking forward to a fun weekend! Is it Friday yet?

I wanna learn how to knit.

Why does my blogchalk image not work? Grr.

I want to learn how to knit. I was at the book store last night and was browsing through the craft section for some crochet books. I probably wouldn’t buy one, but I just wanted to see what other kinds of cool projects I can do after the baby blanket is done. I’ve downloaded some neat-o patterns, but just wanted to see what else is out there. Well, there were like five crochet books and a gazillion knitting books. The projects in the knitting books were so cool! They had some contemporary and modern patterns that were, well, kick-ass. But I don’t know how to knit! I don’t even know anyone that does knit, I don’t think. Maybe one of my neighbors knows… The patterns in the crochet books were cute, but none were as cool as the knitting patterns. So, I wonder if I can teach myself to knit.

Let me just add that to my humongo list of things to do.