I went for an eye appointment today, to my old optomitrist who moved to a new office a while back. Amazingly, he still remembered me. Even more amazingly, he told me I'd be able to get Lasik! Now, I'm trying to not even torture myself with the thought because I so don't have the money, but it's nice to know that if I ever do have the money, the option is out there.
The Doc ordered some trial lenses for me... called them toric, although I'm not sure what that means or how they compare to what I have now, which are I think just your run of the mill soft lenses. But he said the contacts I'm wearing now still look good and my eyes aren't too dried out, which is a good thing.
The folks are having some problems with my brother. What's the problem? Well, he's a 17 year old boy on the rebound from a year-long relationship. I remember all that much too clearly. Yech.
I downloaded 4 more JL episodes: Secret Society, Hearts and Minds, Fury and In Blackest Night. I'm going to put them on a CD and upload them when I get back to school. I may take some of the eps I have up now off the server, so my webhost doesn't scream at me. So if you want any of the eps up now, get 'em while they're still there ;) I'm also downloading Maid of Honor and Only a Dream right now.
I went to Suncoast at the mall, and they do indeed have JL action figures... but no HG or WW. :-p
I still need to write my LC1 review, but I might just wait to see LC2 tomorrow to get back in a Stargate frame of mind. And then I have a break til July! :D
Oh, and I have to update my reading list...
1. Cold Fire, Dean Koontz
2. Who's Looking Out For You?, Bill O'Reilly
3. Arrogance, Bernard Goldberg
4. The Awakening, Kate Chopin
5. Odd Thomas, Dean Koontz
6. Emily's Climb, LM Montgomery
7. Emily's Quest, LM Montgomery
8. A Wind in the Door, Madeline L'Engle
9. A Swiftly Tilting Planet, Madeline L'Engle
10. The Face of Fear, Dean Koontz
11. The Face, Dean Koontz
12. As I Lay Dying, Faulkner
13. An Acceptable Time, Madeline L'Engle