Monday, April 28, 2008


I think I might be a little obsessive/compulsive. For example, I know that have 14 stairs in my house. I asked Matt if he knew how many stairs are in the staircase once, and he just kind of looked at me as if I was crazy.

These last couple of weeks, I was (obsessively/compulsively) looking for a good fare to go to Denver for 4th of July. I checked every day whenever I thought there was a good chance the fare might drop. Finally, I got a good fare, and I saved us about $40. I felt triumphant.

But now, I feel kind of empty. I find myself searching for fares for the exact same flight just to make sure that I got the best fare (I far). I don't know what websites to go to to waste time now, since all the websurfing I had been doing was related to this search. I just click, click, click around airline sites for no reason. Its really very pathetic.


emma said...

Could you channel that energy into figuring out (a) whether you can and should recycle DVD players and (b)if there is a place to do this in Denver? I haven't had any luck on this subject and someone told me that all you can recycle from a DVD player is one wire, so it's not really worth it. But I really just hate to chuck it in the dumpster.

Laura said...

Your local Sierra Club has partnered with GRX to dispose of electronics for a fee ($3 to dispose of a DVD player).

emma said...

Muchos gracias!