Freezer deep-cleaned, one year ago this week, and Singing Science Records.
I'm feeling quite accomplished this afternoon because I've thoroughly cleaned the freezer. I normally give it a quick once-over when I boogie the refrigerator, but today I took everything out, one shelf at a time, and washed the drawer and (unused) icemaker bin. I removed a few non-food items that haven't been used in the past year, freeing up a door shelf and the icemaker bin, the latter promptly filled with the snack-sized bags of frozen fruit that perpetually fall out of the top door shelf. Vogon will be pleased because there's now ONLY ice on the shelf he earmarked for it and everything else is logically arranged. Of course, now I have to slice the French toast I made afterward from the raisin bread I took out, freeze it on a tray and bag them as French toast sticks, figure out what to do with the loaf of cinnamon roll bread I found in there (unsliced, even -- ideas welcome) and boogie the fridge after dinner. I keep reminding myself that it's crackers and sardines that get you to the top.
Yesterday marked one year since Vogon offered to have Laurel and I down for an open-ended visit. Sunday will be one year since we arrived. I think we should celebrate by going to brunch because Benedict's on Sunday morning before the post-church rush is lovely. Also, I need to decide where to hang the plaque -- right now I'm thinking about hanging it above the kitchen lightswitch so I'll see it several times a day.
If someone on a faster connection than me would like to download the higher-quality MP3s from Singing Science Records, burn them to CD and somehow get them to me, I would be happy to make/do something for them in return.