Well, I was going to post this last night, but I was exhausted, so I thought it best to wait until today. I think it was a good idea. The reason I was so tired yesterday was because I went to Upper Limits with James again. I did 13 routes, he did 15. All of this in 4 hours, plus he lead 4 routes (which makes it slower). For those of you that have never been, it’s 4 silos and then a main area. The silo’s are ~60ft while the main area is around 40. So, that means, I climbed over 700ft yesterday. Granted we weren’t doing the more challenging stuff, but still. I think this is why I felt tired all over instead of just my arms, or my forearms.
The rebelpeon.com blog world is still expanding. Our latest edition is Joeyligs. Granted, all the people that have blogs here are friends of mine, but still, that’s not the point. Hopefully I’ll have a tape backup solution running within the next few days too. That way none of these wonderful creations are lost if something catastrophic happens. Just to recap, we have my site, Colleen’s site, Bree’s site, and now Joe’s site. To add to other blogging news, Aaron Binford (a guy that works with me), has gotten his site up to more than 95% functionality. It may look similar to mine, but that could be because he’s using my templates, modified a little, until he gets a better understanding of html. Nick may also move to a movabletype backend. Man, once one person goes, it’s like the domino effect. I’m taking everybody with me!
Colleen wasn’t happy about me putting off the saltwater aquarium until we move again. As she puts it, “I’ve wanted one for a long time, we need to get it now.” Needless to say, waiting an additional 6 months for her is going to be unbarable. All I have to say is, tough. There’s no way I’m setting it up 2 times, just so she can look at them for 3.5 months before we move. TOUGH!
I watched Lost in Translation Friday night. I liked it a lot (much more so than Monster). Also Friday night, I won 2 auctions. My surround sound home theater system is nearly complete. I got a KLF C7 and a pair of KLF 10’s for a center channel and rears. Thankfully the guy that was selling them lives in Monticello, IN, so I’m just going to pick them up instead of sending them UPS/Fedex. It’s a little bit safer this way. I wasn’t even going to bid on the KLF C7, but it had stayed fairly low. Almost got outbid in the final minute, but the other bidder didn’t set his maximum high enough. Hell, nobody even bid on the KLF 10’s (which made it very easy).
***Currently Listening To: Nothing. It’s too early, and since I’ll be cleaning all day, I’ll be listening to music then.