I would like to start this by saying that I am SICK AND TIRED of writing aWHOLE DAMN ENTRY just to have it get erased by my stupid computer. Okay, now that I have that out of the way, I will get back to re-writing what I wrote before. And that is that I love cold leftovers. There is something about the way cooked food tastes cold that gets me salivating. Maybe it’s because I think re-heated food just doesn’t taste the same. Or, maybe it’s because I am often too lazy to go to the microwave. Which is really sad when you think about it. Anyway, I have adjusted my taste buds to immensely enjoy my food straight out of the fridge. Yesterday, I got a Baja Chicken Burrito for lunch, but I only ate half of it before I put it in the fridge. I couldn’t wait to eat it cold for dinner, and damn it was good. The same goes for Chinese food, and bacon, and Mexican and pizza. It’s just so yummy when it’s refrigerated! The one exception to this is soup. Until today, that is. I had some left over tortilla soup, and it was so good cold! I’ll have to start trying my other soups chilled. Maybe one day, I’ll eat like a normal person. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not picky by any stretch of the imagination. I prefer to look at it as enjoying my food MORE, since I will eat it in a variety of ways. I’m so weird.

I spent an hour at Target today. I could have been there for three more hours, but I decided to be a good employee and not spend a big chunk of time out of my office. I have been known to spend large amounts of money at Target. It has everything! I walked down every aisle today, even though I had only one thing on my list. And, despite the fact that at one point I had eleven things in my basket, I only ended up buying two. Two! That’s huge for me. I’ve never really been known to show restraint at Target. Or at shopping in general. If I see a good deal, I can’t help myself. It’s not like I splurge on $250 shoes – I can spend that $250 soooo much better. I know the good places to shop. Sometimes, though, I need to take someone with me when I know I’ll go a little overboard. Jackie has been known to stop me from buying crazy things. Once I tried to buy eight bags of raisins, because when I bought that many I saved a dollar. Never mind the fact that I would save SIX dollars by only buying the single bag I needed. Thank goodness for Jackie! Speaking of Jackie, she and Hardcore and Dana are all going to Australia tomorrow for ten days! I’m going to miss them. Have fun, ladies!