This week I learned ...

  • It takes three confirmations before you can feel comfortable that you have the proper address for someone
  • It's more difficult to find a cheap flight from OGG to ITO than it is to fly from OGG to KOA
  • It sucks when the only phone number you had for an old friend connects to an elderly lady who never heard his name before
  • There's a good chance we'll get all the extra hotel rooms we need
  • The cashiers don't measure your wood at Home Depot. (Shame on you for thinking that meant something else)
  • Crate and Barrel will help you get a pile of gifts purchased there from one coast to the other
  • The gap between sale and regular price at Macy's is disturbingly wide
  • Indonesian food gives me gas
  • I have trouble focusing if I go to the gym too late in the day
  • When a Vosges Haute Chocolat catalogue arrives in the mail, you're very tempted to splurge on a four-pack of $6 exotic chocolate bars. (I've had the Red Fire Bar before and it's De-Lish!)
More next week...

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