You know how yesterday I said that a particular yellowjacket was cute? Well, I think that some little wasp-type thing (only a little bigger than a sweat bee, but wasp-shaped and with a stinger to match) heard abut it and got offended. The little bastard managed to land on the inside of my pants without me noticing when I put them on, and stung me at least four times before I could get them off again. Ouch. At least I'm not allergic. Yet. Between family history and the number of times I've gotten stung, it's pretty much a given that I'll start to react someday.
On the upside, my financial aid check showed up. ::happy dance:: There are two ways to look at it: either I have paid for my laptop and come out fifty bucks richer, or I ignore the whole computer-expense thing and pretend I have easily enough money for gas, next semester's books, and to spare. Either way, it's very difficult to resist the urge to celebrate by way of an item of JM (to readers at the Wood: if you need to ask, you may not be geeky enough for me to tell you) audio-visual goodness. They're (as some may know) very expensive ($30 for DVD, $20 for CD, either $45 or $30 for the first Dresden Files audio, plus shipping and handling - eek!). I wish I was better at resisting, but everyone is squeeing so... Somebody stop me?
There are a couple other things I want to ask, but I either can't put my finger on exactly what they are or they fall into the category of My Own Problem (like what the frilly heck do I do with Xander? The bunny hasn't told me).