So before I do something totally n00bish, this is Reby, Lee’s cohort from Easily Amused. This is honestly the first time I’ve ever posted anything remotely related to a blog and it scares the living daylights out of me. I may have a heart attack when I see this on the main page later. If it makes it to the main page… There are a lot of check boxes and text things here that I’m sorta scared to touch out of fear of this WordPress thing blowing up and Lee killing me later.


I wound up crashing my laptop a couple years ago in biology running a population simulation program in excel.  I then restarted the baka thing, and attempted to retry the simulation again. My comp crashed 3 or 4 times that day. I also attempted the same thing on two other people’s comps, and crashed theirs too. Ever since then, I’ve been a bit wary of what I do with my comp, and my poor crap-top has hated me ever since.


Apple cider makes excellent floats. Just heat it up a little bit on the stove with some mulling spice (you can get it really cheap at the store), put some ice cream  in a bowl (pumpkin works best, but maple walnut or vanilla works okay too), and pour the cider over the top.   <3  I just remembered that I had an apple cider float at Pumpkinville a couple weekends ago and its the most amazing dessert ever, so I wanted to tell everyone about it. Try it if you get the chance. If you have kids, they’ll love it. Especially if you’re like me and add sugar to it while it’s heating up.

So, I swear that I won’t do this “random” thing next time. (Unless you want me to, leave a comment so I don’t make a total idiot of myself) But yeah. I’m Reby! It’s nice to meet you guys, don’t run complicated excel population simulations on your laptop, and enjoy this wonderful fall day with an apple cider float and a nice warm blanket. <3!!!