well well well.

Saturday night was such fun. 🙂 The party was wonderful, I drank too much, and still managed to make it home on my own two feet. It was a lovely evening, despite the weird guy that kept trying to touch me.

I avoided my computer all day yesterday in an attempt not to hear anything bad to mar my memories of a perfectly lovely party. Oddly enough, no one had anything bad to say about it at all. 🙂

Nick and I spent yesterday reading and playing with David and eating. It was a nice quiet day. I made -both- lunch and dinner, which is weird for me, but the book I’m reading right now makes me feel like cooking (Michaela Roessner’s “The Stars Compel”).

This morning I took David in for his 6-month check-up. He did pretty well right up until the shots. The regular lady wasn’t there to give them and he was upset about that. He bled from the shorts, which normally doesn’t happen, but he’s fine now. He’s had some food and is sleeping happily right now.

We also bought Halloween costumes (mainly for a party we’re going to this weekend). I got a “Leopard Lady” costume, which is sexier than it looks b/c it’s much shorter than it shows in the picture. David got a little “Tigger” costume. It was adorable (not to mention the only thing in about the right size for him). 🙂 Nick says he doesn’t want to wear a costume, so we didn’t get him anything at all.

I just got done making a huge bowl of tuna salad. I don’t have an exact recipe that I follow, so I was worried that I didn’t make enough macaroni, but it turned out looking just fine.

Lisa’s “Perfect” Tuna Salad
2 1/2 cups elbow macaroni (cooked according to directions),drained
12 oz can of tuna (packed in spring water), drained
15.25 oz can of sweet peas, drained
3 stems of celery, sliced thinly
1/2 cup of lite mayonnaise (preferably Hellman’s)
a dash of salt
a dash of paprika

Mix everything in a large bowl and chill, preferably overnight, for best flavor…or if you’re like me and can’t wait…eat it warm straight after mixing! 🙂 Serve with Coke, plain rippled/wavy potato chips, and Lipton’s french onion dip for the ultimate happiness.

dododo. It’s soo good.

Ok, I must eat now. Everyone have a nice afternoon. 🙂