Blog Fanatic and Travel Plans 6:25 p.m. 2003-07-08 Drive Time: 30 minutes
Current Listening: Knocked Out by My Nunga Nungas by Louise Rennison
Current Reading: The Reader's Companion to Mexico edited by Alan Ryan
Current Viewing: Season Four of Sex and the City on DVD
Recipe of the Day: Spring Seafood Stew and Clafoutis
I am now adding a link to my new Recipe Blog (There, I linked it again, in case you didn't notice it above!). ;-) Eventually, I will learn to link directly to the recipe - as people may read previous posts and wonder why they have to scroll to get a new recipe! I also am looking into an new dealie on Bravenet that allows one to execute a search on your own website... Tricky Tricky!
I spent some time this afternoon adding a Guest Map and Counter to my Recipe Blog, and am wondering if another Guestbook would be overkill... But, since when have I been worried about that!? ;-) I have one more stray guestbook around from SignMyGuestbook.com that I am not using - so that could be it!! Let's do it!
By the way, I cannot say enough good things about Bravenet.com - if you have a blog or website, they offer all sorts of super things, including a photocenter, tell-a-friend announcer, daily cartoons, guestbooks, counters, guestmaps, mailing lists, webrings, polls! Awesome stuff, and it's free, if you can handle a little pop-up action on your site!
Today, I finally did some calculating on the costs of our trip to Mexico. I just like to have some idea! Here is our tentative itinerary:
July 16 - Board our morning flight, which changes in Dallas/Ft. Worth. We will meet my dad, who is flying in from Houston. Fly into Mexico City, take a bus to Puebla, get picked up by Pablo, go to Atlixco.
Whew! Of course, many of those plans are flexible - except for those that involve hotel reservations, that is. I can't believe it's only a week away!!! Summer school is almost over, and I finally got my paycheck - I believe that it was worth it - it will be paying for the trip, as well as some pieces of furniture. I will upload images, and you can view the new pieces online - tomorrow maybe.
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