If you didn't watch Monday's two-hour "24", then skip this part of the post.
Oh. My. God. WAAAAAAAAAHHHHHH. I cannot believe they did that. Poor Edgar! I watched that last scene with my hands over my mouth near tears. Never since TXF killed off The Lone Gunman have I seen such an emotionally manipulative plot twist. *sniff* (Frikken Howard Gordon! He must have had something to do with this!) Mary Lynn Rajskub was just superb. That face she makes. Oh Chloe you're human! The Fox "24" site actually has a nice interview with her and Louis Lombardi who plays Edgar. Well, played Edgar. *sniff*
I am in the process of trying to finish reading "A Million Little Pieces" by James "I made most of it up" Fray. I am very much enjoying it. I tried to leave what little I heard aside, and just read the story like I would read a novel, though a few moments I think it has crept into my mind and made me think, "Is this what he really experienced?" In the end I don't think it really matters looking at the beauty and quality of his prose. It is inspiring me to want to write better, and any author who can do that has done a fine job, IMHO. Book club discussion on it is tonight.
Cardio kickboxing this morning. I have been only moderately good in the eating department this week. I made killer lamb-burgers last night and got the flavor of gyros down pat, with fresh tzatsiki and wilted spinach with feta and garlic. Then helped myself to handfuls of chocolate chip Teddy Grahams. Love them.