Anyway, the movie was cute, although the young cowboy -- despite being terribly good-looking -- also got terribly annoying with all his yee-haws and his chauvanistic stupidity. Also, I know I shouldn't have expected much more out of the vapid Marilyn Monroe character, but honestly -- the way the characters' feelings changed at the drop of a hat, seemingly without any consideration given the matter at all, was just unbelievable. Bah, I know it's just a movie. I'll get over it. Marilyn & her cowboy were adorable, in any case.
Last night, I worked on trying to be able to post Google Calendar events through my own website (for CodePink), and so far it's been mildly successful. (Thanks for your help, Dan.) It's been a long time since I've worked in anything besides Visual Basic *shudder*, so it's been a bit slow picking up the ins & outs of other languages. Hopefully, I'll manage it soon!
Also, I have been knitting. Baby clothes & a stuffed toy & a couple of bags. I'll get to posting those in the next few days, I suppose... xoxo
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