Random bits and pieces of thought on this final Monday of February.
*First, having seen this, I may have to reconsider last Monday's post.
The man could wield a mighty axe, that's for sure.
*Watched the Academy Awards for the first time in I don't know how many years last night. It makes me realize how far behind I am on movies. I hadn't heard of most of the stuff that was nominated. The show was mostly enjoyable, though I'm reminded once again that High Definition is good for two things: sports, and seeing any and all wrinkles and unsightly blemishes on a person's face.
*Speaking of sports, today is the National Hockey League's Trade Deadline. That means I'm going to be struggling to work on revisions while trying not to be distracted by TSN's Trade Tracker or Jay Onrait's online blog (also from tsn.ca), which is one of the funniest things I've ever seen on the web, even though, not being from Canada, I don't get half the jokes. And I'm hoping my Bruins don't mortgage the farm to get Rick Nash.
*Blogger drives me crazy. About once a week I have to go and re-follow Cynthia Chapman Willis' Blog and The Quintessentially Questionable Query Experiment. I don't know why.
*We had more snow this weekend than we did all winter. I actually had to use that...uh...shovel, yeah, that's it.
That's all for today, have a good week, all.