Ahhhh...a mellow Monday. Ashlyn and I kicked it at home. I cleaned house, did some laundry, vacuumed, checked email, and surfed the net. Nothing terribly exciting. It's been over a week since I went to the gym...I'm feeling pretty guilty about that. I better go tomorrow. =P

Friendster must be the big thing these days. My inbox has seen a high volume of activity due to Friendster email notifications/invitations/messages/testimonial approval. I'm not really sure what you benefit from this site, except to see that there is less than six degrees of separation from you and the rest of the world. Oh, and to see how many people your friends know. It's feels like a popularity contest of sorts. Surprisingly, in one week, I went from having 4 friends to nearly 50!...most of whom I haven't seen or talked to in ages. Sad. So I guess this site does have it's benefits. It's gotten pretty addicting. =P

Speaking of websites, Aric forwarded this link to me. I'm not sure if it's a joke or what...but I found it pretty amusing. What about Asians?!...Sally and Johnny could be EVEN cooler if they got with us Asians! They can throw chopstick-parties and everything! HAHAHA!

Tonight Aric's cousin, Robert (who's visiting from NYC), came over. We went to O'Shine Cafe for dinner and Lollicups for dessert. For some reason, Ashlyn was being super hyper tonight. Chasing her all around the plaza was no fun. We decided to take our boba drinks to go so Ashlyn could release her energy at home.

Aric, Robert, and I spent the evening watching TV. It's been a while since I got to watch regular television. I've missed out on all the new reality-based shows. I did, however, catch tonight's episode of "For Love or Money". The premise to this show is so messed up. I can't see anyone walking away from this a "winner". =T
Afterwards, we watched "Avril Lavigne: Anything but Ordinary" on ABC Family. She ROCKS! hehehe

Alrighty...I'm keeping it short tonight. G'Nite!

Pictures from tonight:

Robert and Aric

Robert and Ashlyn

me and babygirl


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