O, fangz sew mush! I'm still trying to decide what to make with the chicken breast, bell pepper, and onion.
I'm enjoying all the Trek LOLz you've posted; I was a fan of that show before it went on the air. One of the guys I skated with in Holiday was DeForest Kelley's stand-in, and the navigator-with-no-lines before they hired Walter Koenig. (He was also the White Rabbit in the "Shore Leave" episode...and a lot of other anonymous bits. If he'd spoken on camera they'd have had to pay him MUCH more than they did.
He's an interesting guy, and was a beautiful skater...more balletic than athletic. I prefer that style, even though it was outdated 40 years ago.
But I woulda loved Trek anyway...after years of watching brainless, childish, dreadfulsigh-fie on TV, my reaction to the first epsode was, "Good! That's more like it!"
I've also become a fan of the Harry Potter books. I'm not sure about the movies after the first one...but I have never been much of a movie-goer.
Anyroad, I'm off to search for recipes...and see if the B'Day Fairy will bring me a pumpkin cupcake. Or a chocolate one. Don't know if it will hold 72 (that is SO not where/when I wanna be!) candles, though.