It's good to be home. Yeah, yeah, I need to post more about the vacation and upload pictures to flickr but it's good to be home. And sleep in my own bed (I even washed the sheets after I got back yesterday so they'd smell yummy). And to shower in my own fantabulous shower which is actually bigger than a breadbox (shower in Rome so was not).

And to be woken up the middle of the night by a 13lb furry cat head butting me because she was so damned happy to wake up and still find me there (I'm assuming). She, however, is not so happy that every chance I get I'm attacking her with a brush. I do believe, however, that she's also happy that since I'm home the humidifier is back in action and she's not a walking science experiment anymore (holy static Batman!).

And yeah, I have to go back to work tomorrow (boo)...well in between calling people to replace my ID and running to the bank.

And yeah, I was wide awake at 5:15 this morning but that might have something to do with me falling asleep at 8:15 last night (was so tired I was queasy and not walking straight anymore).

And yeah, I have to go grocery shopping because I have no food in the house. Well...there are some interesting science experiments in the fridge but I don't think those are edible. And can I just say it's really disturbing to leave a loaf of bread on the counter, go away for two weeks, and come back to find it looking perfect? Preservatives scare me... But grocery shopping means that I get to cook! Real food! After two weeks of restaurant food. Sure some of it was FANTASTIC but others were um...not (think pretty much every meal in Venice). I'm very excited about the food. So excited I can't figure out what I want to eat. ;)

Time to get on with real life. I think I'll start with the science experiments in the fridge...