er, well…

Tracie asked, not unreasonably, why I called it a nav bar when it didn’t navigate anywhere, and Mary Anne wanted to know why she couldn’t see any new elements. Um, well, I call it a nav bar because it’s graphics on the lefthand side of the page, and my brain thinks that’s where nav bars belong, even if it’s not really actually a nav bar. And Mary Anne probably couldn’t see the new elements because she was probably looking at the actual nav bar, not the lefthand sidebar graphics.

Either that or you’re having caching problems, Mary Anne. Try shift-reload. :)

I didn’t get anything done at all that I intended to today, not even going to the gym. That, because I was cold and tired, and really wanted to read a lot more than I wanted to go to the gym, but I didn’t get to the post office or balance the checkbook or order anything (okay, I can do that now, true enough) or anything. Ted says that when he’s back from martial arts we can at least go to the PO and send Geni’s box of books which has been languishing for MONTHS.

On the other hand, I *was* weak in the face of temptation.

Shaun seems to have sneakily brought some books home for me. :) The other day we were talking about Katherine Kurtz’s Deryni books — I own the Camber books but never got the Deryni trilogy — and this afternoon I finished reading my Anne Perry novel and was looking around for something else to read, and my eyes lighted on the Camber books, and after a moment or two I realized that High Deryni, Deryni Rising and Deryni Checkmate had suddenly and mysteriously appeared on the shelf (along with King Kelson’s Bride, which I have also not read). So when Shaun comes home I’ll have to make big eyes at him and hug him a lot. :)

We went to _A Beautiful Mind_ today, and wow, it was good. Really good. Go see it. Now.

1 thought on “er, well…

  1. I like the Deryni books more than the Camber ones; less complex, true, but more compelling characters and lovely visuals.

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