OK...I was a busy beaver today. I net shared my Windows iTunes library with my Apple Mac Book iTunes library. Uploaded three Chicago disks to my Apple mac. Sync'd my iTouch iPod to my MacBook, and have been organizing the iTunes library and getting it all cleaned up.
I love listening to my iPod. I have a little bit of everything on there, from the 50's to current, to comedy to classical. I had a bunch of mp3 tunes my girlfriend gave to me and I am still working on it to get it all in alphabetical order.
I hate taking medication. I have been taking the 800mg Motrin for my back...so tonight, since I am feeling so much better, I decided on a nice rum and diet Pepsi. Very relaxing...
Izzy did great in the kitchen last night. We left her four hours. I was telling one of my blogging friends today, this kitchen thing may work out nicely when I vacuum or wash floors. She likes to attack the vacuum and it is too big of a hassle to keep telling to her to "quit". I usually lock her outside on the patio, but it is too hot to do that to her during the summer.
I am looking forward to watching SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE tonight. Love that show.
Last night while taking it easy, I watched the two hour special on Discovery Channel of Captain Phil Harris, one of the several Crab Fishermen profiled on the reality show, DEADLIEST CATCH. I am totally addicted that show! I have been watching it since 2005. He was a gnarly Captain of the Cornelia Marie with an x rated mouth, but a good man none the less. He fishes the Bering Sea for King Crab.
It was a very touching two hours. He lived life on his terms and was very rough around the edges, but he takes care of his family and his crew.
Does anyone watch that show? He leaves behind his x wife and two sons, Josh and Jake. No doubt the rest of the Captains and crew will keep strong connections with the boys, especially Captain Jonathan Hillstrand on the Time Bandit.
If any of you enjoy crab legs or crab salad or crab in any food form, it was most likely caught by one of the boats on DEADLIEST CATCH.