2. I got a Bali bra for $3.14 at Target on clearance and I am too excited for words.
3. I have two reading projects in mind that are never gonna happen as long as Goodreads is around to constantly shove awesome new books in my face, but I like to fantasize about the idea:
A) Go through my high school reading lists and reread everything I can't remember.
I started to do this when I first discovered interlibrary loan, but then I felt bad about requesting so many out-of-area books/worried they would cut me off (since you aren't charged anything even though they have to mail/transport stuff in from around the state and that costs somebody somewhere), plus there were too many books I was actually excited to read.
But it would be a fun challenge. A lot of them aren't on Goodreads, or aren't on Goodreads with much reliable information, but some of the ones that are sound interesting, especially ones I rated only a 3 or below when I was 15-16. My tastes may not have changed much, but I can tell at a glance that there are some books I wasn't old enough to appreciate then, and others that I know I would not enjoy as much now. (I shouldn't fault today's teens for loving dystopia trilogies and vampires/zombies, honestly, because I read a lot of fantasy in high school)
B) Read every book I own.
This one sounds even more exciting, not to mention practical. That way I could determine for sure if there are any books that I've remembered being better than they are and that I could get rid of, plus I would have the satisfaction of a personal relationship with my charges. I could also find out if I do, in fact, own more books I haven't read than I have, and make decisions about how many I need to keep accordingly.
The issue is that it would literally take me at least 3 years, and that's not counting the new books I would OF COURSE acquire along the way. The other issue is that, again, I simply could not stop checking out new books from the library for even a month, never mind six months or years, and that would slow my progress down even further.
But I like to dream that I could perhaps set myself a goal of reading 10 books a year from my own collection.