I've been working on my 4-page website and this sucker is kicking my butt! I have to do something whackadoodle with CSS (which I understand in theory - getting it to work is the tricky part) plus some other stuff that I don't even know what the heck I'm doing. I understand basic HTML, but the basic stuff just looks like poop. And I wanted this website to be my portfolio/resume so I could just send the link to potential employers, so I kind of want it to look semi-professional (and it's nice to not have to have all the layouts and presentations I've done stuffed into a binder somewhere). Brain... hurt... muchly.... This is what I get for being an overachiever, I suppose *sigh* I think I'm going to call it a night on that front - I got the online discussion post in that's due tomorrow, so I can breathe a little easier.
School was fun today. We got new library books in, so I spent my free period cataloging and getting the books ready for circulation (taping the jacket covers down was murder, though - that tape is sticky). The kids asked for "The Hunger Games" trilogy, which I think looks interesting. That's next on my list of things to read (right after I finish the Percy Jackson series - I'm in the middle of the fourth book). If there's anything I've learned from being the librarian at the high school, it's that there are some pretty good young adult books out there. Of course, there's plenty of crap to be had, but these kids have good taste in books.
In football news - the Giants won, which made up for that soul-crushing loss Indy suffered at the hands of Jacksonville (what the crap is up with my Colts? Honestly...) Right now, I'm watching the Patriots-Dolphins game with my little cousin. He like the Pats, but I'm more or less "meh..." because I don't really like either of them. And since it's October and it's Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the NFL has pink accented on all the players' uniforms and sideline gear. For most teams, the pink accenture works (they've got pink cleats, gloves, towels, etc.), but the Dolphins - whose regular colors are turquoise and orange - look even girlier than they usually do (I call them the 1970s Lisa Frank rejects). I think the turquoise makes the pink pop out more, so it's more noticeable. Maybe Miami should go with their orange uniforms during October... I dunno...
It is cool that the NFL supports breast cancer research, though. We had a family friend who passed away from breast cancer in 2005 and she was an absolutely amazing woman. She and my mom helped us in our 4-H clubs and we'd hang out with her girls all the time (my younger sister moreso than me because her oldest girl was my sister's age). So, whenever I see anything to do with breast cancer awareness, I think of her.