Oh all right I'll post today. I was trying out this taking Wed and Sat off from the blog but since I feel as though I cheated yesterday, I figured I'd go ahead and throw something at the screen this morning. It's sunrise season again and the first rays traverse the entire apartment in the morning. At the winter solstice, the sun comes up so far to the right, the building behind us blocks the horizon. Then it slowly marches left until, at the summer solstice, it rises behind another building blocking the horizon on the left. Right now it's coming up right behind Mont St Hilaire which looks like a muffin on the horizon in the distance. Is this putting you back to sleep?
I was able to get reservations at the new Cabane à Sucre (sugar shack) that Martin Picard is opening. He's the genius behind the cuisine at my favorite restaurant and I can't wait to see what he does with the concept. They were already full for the season and they haven't even opened yet but I was able to jump on a cancellation in April. Yay! I'm going to spend a month looking forward to that meal.
I was reading over at Rox's place yesterday about her conflicting feelings about Facebook. It's true that it's weird that your family, friends, workmates and virtual friends all meet together in one place and can see the communications between one another. Sometimes someone will post on my wall and I'll think, "Is this appropriate for the whole world to see?" And then I remember that I have nothing to hide. Clearly you know this, if you're a reader of this blog. Still, I'm amazed that people use the "wall" far more often than the "send a message" function which keeps the communication private between you and the receiver. Anyway, it's a fun place to play word games (if you start a lexulous, wordscraper or scramble game with me, I'll be happy to play, and beat you) but the more I'm on there, the more I think it's a royal time sucker. And, I suspect that it will overtake blogging as a way of keeping in touch. Progress and all that don't you know. Happy hump day peeps.