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I've been having a lot of jacked up dreams lately, most of which I mercifully don't remember. This one, though, I did. Dreams are dumb )

We had a very nice visit in Utah.Farewell Riley )

This week hasn't been too strenuous. I worked for three days then had yesterday off so I could go with Mike to his follow-up appointment for his ankle. His doctor said he could start putting weight on his foot again, but to do so gradually so he can get used to it again after not being on it for eight weeks. He is still using his crutches to get around, but at least he can now put both feet on the ground and move forward. I think that makes things much easier to deal with. After we got home, I finished a blanket I started the week I broke my own foot, so I guess that's kind of fitting. Hopefully going forward won't involve any more broken feet, but we'll see what the future holds.

Other than that, got a new dishwasher today (because I've hated the way ours doesn't clean our dishes for quite a while now) and custom framed Mike's anniversary gift (a printout on cloth of our vows). We also finally got to try Peg's Glorious Ham 'n Eggs, which opened in our town a few weeks ago, and bought some groceries. Pretty successful overall, I think. Mike goes to Livermore tomorrow, and then it's time for another week. So it goes.


Jul. 6th, 2015 10:31 pm
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I had a dream the other night that I woke up and fell going down stairs in slow motion. In a daze, I heard the front door rattling. As I crawled toward it, a strange man broke the lock and started walking through the door. I tried shouting at him to get out and asking why he was there, but my voice was too weak and sleepy. Then I woke up.

I've been sleeping pretty badly. Don't know why. My dad put up the curtain rod in the master bedroom weekend before last, and my mom kindly hemmed the curtains we found online (because no one in this town sells the exact size we need, of course). Apparently, I just get to wake up at 5ish most mornings regardless. Well, if I'm lucky it's only one time a night. Next on the "try" board is reducing the dose of OTC allergy medicine I take, drinking less water before bed, praying to the voodoo gods, sacrificing a goat... Okay, only some of those. Maybe I'll figure out what the heck is going on soon. Probably not.

The 4th of July was pretty nice-- just hung out in Reno with my sister, her friend from work, my brother, my mom and Mike. We ate too much, played Uno early in the afternoon then Cards Against Humanity later while waiting for fireworks. My mom sat at the table and listened during that game, which was awkward at times, especially when one of the answers ended up being "The primal ball-slapping sex your parents are having this second." (I think my sister played that on my brother, which kind of makes it worse. He also didn't appreciate being played the "Motherfucking Sorcerer" card either and refused to read it out loud. Hahaha.) She said something like, "I can see how this game could be fun." Oh, sorry, Mom. Oh well.

Ah, not much else happening. I need to train people again tomorrow, which I'm not looking forward to but will be fairly easy. Past Fiona did most of the work for me already, and I just have to do the talking and explaining part now. Meh.

BUT we just have to make it to Friday. We're leaving for Vermont early Saturday, and that'll be nice. Just have to make it to the other coast and semi-isolated cabin in the woods and yes.

Okay. My stomach is having a full on hatefest at the moment, which has interrupted this post several times already, so I'll stop here for now.
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I keep meaning to update about Utah, but my sinus infection has come back full force (with prednisone completely out of my system and round seven of antibiotics finished on Monday), and I have felt pretty tired and awful. Still, here's a start to that. If I don't end up finishing it in one go (and you're still interested), come back for edits and updates. (Also, if you're friends with me on facebook, you'll have already seen the avalanche of pictures. Haha, oops.)

Read more... )

EDIT: And wow, I think that's pretty much it.
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Comment to this post, tell me you want to do the meme, and I will pick five things I would like you to talk about. They might make sense or be totally random. Then post that list, with your commentary, to your journal. Other people can get lists from you, and the meme merrily perpetuates itself.

tabular_rasa gave me these:

Let's see. I think every season has its good points. Winter has hot chocolate and is compatible with my indoor hobbies (knitting particularly). Spring has thunderstorms, flowering trees, and general "newness" that comes along with warmer weather showing up again. Summer has vacations and my birthday. Fall has Halloween, falling leaves, and cooling weather.

I find it interesting that my favorite seasons have shifted as I've gotten older. I used to love spring the most, but that was before I realized what weird weather it brings to Nevada the other 90% of the time we don't have thunderstorms. I used to like winter and snow a lot more when I didn't have to drive in it and worry about how cold I was going to be constantly. Summer is okay for the most part still, though I never seem to schedule enough time off and have problems figuring out how to connect with other people without our schedules conflicting. Underneath it all, fall has risen to the top of the heap, with my favorite foods, holidays, and weather happening all at the same time. Still, it doesn't last. All good things must come to an end until next year.

And my mom likes to talk about there being a season for everything. She mostly says this when something bad is happening or a relationship that was once tight is waning. I think about that a lot these days.

I like children. For someone who used to go around saying she'd never have children, I actually enjoy being around them a lot (when they're being cool, that is). I used to babysit quite a bit when I was in high school (a couple times for a family with five kids even!), and it made me feel old to hear that one of the kids I babysat for back in the day graduated from high school last month. Ouch!

Anyway, yeah. I really liked babysitting because it gave me a chance to be around kids without being completely responsible for them. (Hey, I was in high school.) Plus kids are pretty hilarious most of the time and see the world completely differently-- like some magical wonderland full of possibilities where we can get kind of stuck seeing the mess on the floor and the alarm clock going off early in the morning along with the rest of the crap we have to deal with. They remind me of my own childhood, which was pretty neat for the most part, and it's cool to be able to teach things and expose little people to well-worn concepts and see them be amazed and fascinated by them.

I was never one of those girls who sat around thinking about how many children to have with an eventual husband. The rare times I did, it came down to a logical argument with myself concerning population, which lead me to think that the most I'd have is two (though that made me sad because if my parents stopped at two, I wouldn't be who I am nor have the family I have today). Aside from that, I didn't really think about potential names or anything like that except in terms of what I thought would be funny-- stuff like "Fritz" and other weird things I can't remember now. This is probably because my siblings and I all have weird very Irish names, and I thought if I were to name anyone, it would have to be something fairly uncommon. Other than that, I don't know. I've since opened my stance on having children to, "Open to and depending on what my partner wants out of life." I feel like my biological clock should start ticking any minute now, but what's the rush? It'll happen if it's going to happen.

I've been flying since before I was born! My parents and older sister traveled to Ireland for a month when my mom was pregnant with me, and my family traveled a fair amount since. Even as a really small child, I loved the sinking feeling in my stomach I'd get when the airplane first leaves the ground and was never afraid of flying even though I'm still semi-afraid of heights. I never really understood that one. Give me a window seat, and I'll be content to stare out of it for most of the trip unless it's a red-eye flight and/or over 13 hours long. Those kind of really suck, but the destination is usually worth the hassle.

Also, hey, I'll be on a plane to Albuquerque soon! Sweet. ;)

I'm surrounded by good cooks in my family. My sister is a pastry chef, and my mom is a dietician by education who helped launch three restaurants in the context of the casino business. Me? I like cooking, but I can't say I'm particularly gifted at it. I have a few things I can make fairly well, and I'm exploring new dishes when I'm not too lazy to cook, which is most nights. On those nights, I have a lot of shortcut dishes I make which border into trashy territory, but whatever. I haven't gained a million pounds yet, so I must not be doing too badly.

Video games
I like and loathe video games. I've played them since I was about seven years old, when my dad bought our first computers. Back then I liked games where I could learn things, like Number Munchers and most games from these guys (my favorite being Treasure Cove! OMG!). My parents were pretty big on educational games for obvious reasons, but we liked them too. I thought certain other games were fun, like Jazz Jackrabbit and the original Duke Nukem, but I was never very good at any of them.

The terrible part about video games is they bring out my competitive side, and playing against other people is usually a recipe for disaster because no matter how much I practice, I don't seem to get any competitive edge. Couple my desire to play well and win with my general inability to actually play these kinds of competitive games well and anyone talking about how much better they are than I am if I lose badly, and you'll end up with me in a very pissy mood. I hate how dumb I can get about that sort of thing, so I try to avoid that as much as possible. If anything, I play more non-competitive games, like puzzle games or The Sims, instead, though I haven't been doing that much at all due to lack of time lately.

Funny story: I guess my parents also bought us a Nintendo game system around that time (or maybe when I was younger) for Christmas, and I was snooping around in the closets before then. I saw the Nintendo box and came out to tell everyone about it.
My mom turned to me and said, "You didn't see that."
I apparently said, "No? Erase, erase, erase," while waving my hand in front of my face.
It must have worked because I didn't remember it, nor did anyone else, until we discovered the Nintendo in that same closet sometime during my high school years.

Whew! Okay. Life is pretty filled to the brim with happenings right now, but I don't want to deal with it here at the moment. I'm sure this will change soon, but you know, that's probably enough given my near-perpetual sleepy state these days. Happy longest day of the year. I'm going to go watch tv and chat before I have to go to bed. Sounds like a plan to me.
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I had a nice day with my brother yesterday. He called on Friday night looking to come to Carson and, as he put it, "Go out," but I explained to him that I really don't do that sort of thing here... In fact, I don't really know the majority of this town because I have little or no reason to go to restaurants by myself or travel to the other side of town because I have everything I want to look at within maybe a two to three mile radius. Besides, I hardly drink at all anymore. I know I've mentioned that a fair amount recently, but it's strange to me given how much I used to. I don't know. I never was one for going out on the town even when I drank more. That only happened if someone convinced me it would be fun or I was really drunk already, probably because I can't stand most bars and being around crowds.

Anyway, since that was out, we made plans for him to visit in the afternoon instead. So, he came down around 11, and we went to Olive Garden for lunch. There we talked about a lot of things but mostly about how people are way too addicted to their smartphones and how technological advances are kind of ridiculous. Also, my brother ordered some shrimp pasta dish and a raspberry lemonade, and I ordered some beef dish and an iced tea, which made the waitress laugh and look at us funny. Got to keep them guessing, haha.

After that, we were way too full, so we walked a tiny fraction of lunch off on the bike trail near my house. In retrospect, I should have worn better walking shoes and/or ditched my long socks because the soles of my feet were really sore by the time we got back and my socks kept falling down. Also, I had previously thought the trail was around three miles long round trip (from timing how long it takes me to walk half a mile and extrapolating from there), but while we were walking, I saw someone had marked various distances on the other side of the trail from "Go!" to "2 miles." Huh. I guess it's longer than I thought!

When we got back, my brother had brought along this version of Trivial Pursuit. I liked it a lot more than the original version of Trivial Pursuit actually-- same silly trivia questions, but it takes a lot less time to play, you can choose the topics, and you can bet on whether the other person gets the question right or wrong. Pretty fun!

I also got suggestive hot sauce in the mail (reading the description is making me afraid it'll melt my face off, yikes!) and had a long, silly conversation about it and other things that lasted until it was time to go to bed. Excellent! ;) I woke up this morning feeling really shitty, though. Sniffly, my ear's clogged, and I've got some horrorshow cramp in my right side that's making it difficult to stay upright. (Also made myself dizzy trying to clean out my ear, bonus!) I had plans to clean the house, wash the car (though it looks gloomy out now), and go grocery shopping, but that might get cut down to the bare essentials I need to coast through the week if this doesn't get any better. The other first reader is in Hawaii for the next two weeks, so it'll be pretty bad if I get sick now.

Okay, I should probably try to get whatever I can done now. Just wanted to say I had a good time yesterday. Hopefully whatever this fake illness is will be temporary and I'll feel lame for complaining later. Yep, that sounds about right. It's almost noon. Time to face the day.


Apr. 5th, 2011 05:33 pm
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"We should get married.
What's the worst that can happen?"
Oh, you say that now...

And while we're on the subject of silly things that amuse me, I ran across a typo today that substituted license to "fist" in place of "fish." Ah, yes. I am 12 years old. How did you guess?

Oh also, not that I've been able to play lately, but this looks fun.

EDIT: Okay, now I have this stuck in my head. Hahaha.
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This shirt brings the lulz, if you'll pardon my internet speak.

I've been reading two comics more and more that I've probably mentioned before, but they're so good, it bears repeating.

One is an ongoing story-line that won't make sense if you haven't read the whole thing. It has flashbacks and a rich history that is still being made around a host of characters. -> Anders loves Maria

And the other is a silly diary comic by a queer woman who recently married. -> DAR

I ate jello for breakfast at around 11:30, and Austin is coming for lunch at 2:00-ish. Don't know what I'm going to do about that.

Also, I finally got to play Sims 3 (actually got it two days ago but didn't play because of work) and am a little disappointed that it focuses on only one household per game when the towns are so massive. Sims 2 almost seems to have more to offer at this point, but that's with lots of expansion packs, too. Of course, I also didn't get to play very long and really only ended up making a sim version of myself because I'm just that cool (oh, and Dick Cheney, but that was hilarious), so maybe I'm missing something? I don't know.

Anyway, I'm going to San Francisco for the weekend, so if I don't talk to you before then, have a good one.
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Cinco de Mayo fell on date night with Austin yesterday. I wasn't sure what I wanted to do, mostly because I like Mexican food but didn't feel like cooking or spending a ton of money. Then it came to me!

"Let's go to both Taco Bell and Del Taco!"

So we did. Fake Mexican food for everyone.

(I also found an $8 copy of this game on PC. It normally retails for $40! Score! Everyone else's loss is my gain! Now, when will I have time to play it?)
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-Had a delightful time with Aurora on Friday even if it was a little short and I ate way too much at Chevy's

-Keep forgetting to mention movies I've seen. Quick review time! Tropic Thunder was entertaining but not the best movie I've ever seen. Pretty funny but kind of long for what it was. Ghost Town was a cute little piece of fluff with added awkward moments. Coming from Ricky Gervais, I would expect nothing less!

-Had half a garden burger and Caesar salad with Austin at Newman's for lunch. The burger was delicious, maybe even better than regular meat burgers! (I am biased, though. I don't really like hamburgers.) I have to admit I have completely fallen off the vegetarian wagon, though. Oops. Guess I'll just be an omnivore for now.

-Played Sims for way too long yesterday to make up for doing homework on a Saturday. Oy, my eyes.

-It's good I looked at my syllabus concerning said homework, though. I thought I had another week after this to do the other half of my research (another ten pages of questions on top of the nine I attempted this weekend), but really they're due a week from today. Good thing I thought ahead somewhat.

-It's trying to rain outside, and I can't decide whether I should change for class or not. You want to be cold or what?

-Lastly (because I really should head out soon), I woke up with some killer allergies or something this morning. My eyes stung and were watery while my nose dripped and made a general nuisance of itself with copious sneezing. What the heck? This isn't new, but I always forget. And I thought I liked fall.

OK, need to go now.
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First, Austin sent me this interesting article on Obama and potential election pitfalls due to race: Obama: The Price of Being Black

Secondly, I'm fairly tired. I went to a Freezepop show last night with Austin. Everything I read said it was at eight, but eleven rolled around before even the opening band started playing. It was annoying, but we took walks and had a few drinks to pass the time. When Freezepop finally started playing, it was worth it. Pouring out of the bar at 1:00 in the morning drenched in sweat and cigarette smoke wasn't all that fun, though. Maybe I just don't get what's so great about bars after all.

Neither was taking Austin to get his car fixed again at 9:00 this morning after going to bed at 3:00, but you do what you got to do. (At least it seems to be running now after having issues with stalling and the check engine light randomly lighting up. Here's hoping after he spent $600 on it yesterday.)

Eh, don't mind me. I'm supposed to be reading for legal research, but I'm just a little tired. (I only have 8 pages left of 80, though.) It doesn't help that my mom's also in town for the weekend and made a turkey breast for dinner. I knew I shouldn't have played Sims all day yesterday on top of that. (NO, it was awesome and fun.) Now it's Sunday, and Spore is out. I don't have time for it between reading and needing to study for the library aide test on Thursday, but I want it. Sigh.

Anyway, I should probably stop rambling and get back to studying of some sort. Enough of this nonsense.

Plastic stars in my private galaxy
Synth pop stars come and play a show for me...


EDIT: OH, I forgot to mention Austin's dad is returning home tomorrow. It's almost a shock at this point since he's been in the hospital or in physical rehab since February. Hope things go well.
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In a world without the best movie announcer ever...

SAD! Don LaFontaine was totally the man.

Other than that, I don't have much to report. I hung out with Aurora on Sunday. We had some insightful conversations I'm still mulling over. Perhaps it was the beer? Those topics might show up here later on. I ended up skipping out at 9:00 pm because I wanted to play my game like the dork I am. Surprisingly, that hasn't happened much since I got it due to socializing and such.

Yesterday evening, I hung out with Austin and some of his moped buddies again. It's been a while, but it was fabulous. I don't know where Mary-Liz gets the energy to grow a garden in her backyard as well as make tons of delicious food that she said she would have ended up throwing out anyway if we didn't come to eat it, but man! I'm totally envious!

And now I really should get on the homework I only attempted to do in a half-assed manner this weekend. Either that or take a walk. Maybe both. Hope you all had a good weekend/labour day.
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It's eight something on 08/08/08, so I'd better post on this momentous occasion!

Sadly, all I have to report is I have a Sim neighborhood with Austin, Aurora, Hunter, and me in it.

I'm a huge dork.

EDIT: Here's a better triple-eight story.


Aug. 8th, 2008 11:46 am
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Qwantz discusses 'In Medias Res'

I <3 Dinosaur Comics.

So, I'm waiting for the guy putting up gutters on the house to arrive. He was supposed to be here at 11:00. Hmm. Maybe that changed and no one told me?

Austin called to say he loves me. He's currently at a moped rally in Seattle with his buddies. I guess he's been having an alternating good and sucky time with that because he wasn't able to take his moped with him and the loaner, which was running when he got it, is totally broken now. Awesome. He contrasted this by saying all the Seattle kids drink Sparx and other strange soda/alcohol drinks, and he had one that tasted like generic grape soda with 10% alcohol in it. He loves grape soda, by the way.

Ok, I'll stop babbling about Austin now. He won't be back until the eleventh, so I've been kind of really bored. Ahh, gotta find something to do, other than make weird pasta salad out of pasta, peas, cheese cubes, mayo, mustard, too much garlic, pepper, salt, and parsley. (It was way too spicy, guys!) Oh, and play Sims and KOL late into the night after job hunting and exercise and livejournal. Yes, I know. I lead an exciting life.
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My new, shiny, smoothly running computer that I finally loaded all my Sims expansions onto?

It turned itself off a few hours ago in the middle of my game and now refuses to turn back on.

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Sniff. Well, my mom asked me a few days ago if my computer was OK because she was thinking about getting my sister a new one for her birthday. Of course right after I said my computer was fine, it started shutting itself off randomly, usually when I'm in the middle of saving a game. When playing this weekend, it shut itself off no less than five times, three of those when I was trying to save my progress. Yesterday, it was twice after about ten minutes of game play. It also shut itself off this morning when I was trying to post in a clan forum for this game.

Needless to say, I'm pretty annoyed and have been thinking about just chucking the thing out a window, but that would be silly. I wish I could figure out why it's doing this now. Sigh. For the time being, I'm uninstalling Sims 2 to see if that fixes the problem.

Any computer nerds on my friends list who might be able to help me? Wah.


Apr. 12th, 2008 04:30 pm
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I've recently returned from yet another group meeting for the global warming presentation. This is the second Saturday afternoon in a row we've met, and while I don't particularly like meeting on the weekend, I must say I am pleased with how the presentation looks and how everyone in our group has contributed. It's hard to wrap my mind around, really. Usually at least one person flakes completely in these situations. Kind of neat.

(I've been a little tired of school, just because last week was so busy, but I still think I'm in the right place and headed in the right direction. It's partly due to things like this coming together regardless. It's a good feeling.)

Austin and I went to Sushi Moto yesterday in South Meadows. His dad was recently moved there to begin more intensive rehabilitation. He is looking a lot better than when I saw him last, but he says he gets that all the time. Anyway, his dad is now allowed to eat outside food, so Austin brought him some blackened tuna and yellow tale after we stuffed ourselves into coma-like conditions with unique rolls. It was worth it, though, damn it!

The night before, after watching another group's presentation and my management test, I briefly stopped by Aurora's place. She was entertaining my arch nemesis, which means they were watching "Mazes and Monsters", a made-for-tv movie starring Tom Hanks and a storyline warning of the dangers of playing too much Dungeons and Dragons... I mean Mazes and Monsters. Afterwards, we watched some LARP videos on youtube. Be afraid. Be very afraid. Then I ran away to eat frozen pizza and pass out at home. So exciting.

Other than that, not too much is happening. I think I'm going to forgo my homework and say this instead. It is now my intention to play video games for several hours. Because that's what Saturdays are for, right? HOORAY!
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Stumbled on this site while avoiding finishing my midterm study guide for Law 101. There are lots of different links to other goodies on the side. Pretty fun.

And how can you go wrong with a title like that? SNACK OR DIE.
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Just when you thought the theme couldn't drive you more crazy, Big Band Mario!

And there are lyrics!

Go Go Mario

Today, full of energy, Mario is still running, running
Go save Princess Peach! Go!
Today, full of energy, Mario runs
Today, full of energy, jumping!
Today, full of energy, searching for coins
Today, keep going, Mario!

Get a mushroom - it's Super Mario!
Get a flower - it's Fire Mario!

Goomba! Troopa! Buzzy Beetle! Beat them all!
Mario is always full of energy and strong!

[Spoken] The only one who can reverse the spell that has captured the Mushroom People is Princess Peach. But Princess Peach is hidden underground, in a far-off castle. Ah, the days of peace... if we could once more return to those days... to save Princess Peach and bring peace back to the Mushroom Kingdom, that is why Mario is on his journey today.

Today, full of energy, Mario is still running, running
Go and beat the Koopa tribe, go!
Today, full of energy, Mario runs
Today, full of energy, jumping!
Today, full of energy, searching for coins
Today, keep going, Mario!

Get a star - become invincible!
Quickly, go save Princess Peach!

Lakitu! Blooper! Cheep Cheep! Beat them all!
Mario is always full of energy and strong!

Today, full of energy, Mario is still running, running
He's made it to the castle and gets fireworks!
Lightly sidestepping the Hammer Bros.
Show the last of your power, Mario!
It's been a long journey but it's nearly at an end
You've done it, you've done it! You've defeated Bowser!

Princess Peach says "Thank you"
Mario's got a great big heart!

Mario's adventure is over for now, but
Mario's dream lives forever...

Why, yes! I have drank too much today! How did you guess?
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Now, what happens when you talk about dreams before going to bed?

Augh! )

I've woken up with a sore throat the last three days but don't seem to have anything else wrong with me. What's that about?
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Yesterday, we...

-Got dressed up because Austin said it was "date night." It turned into "date day" for the following reasons.
-Went to Sushi Time in Sparks. It was SO delicious. Last time we went, it wasn't that great. As Austin says, "Every place has pretty much the same stuff." It's all tasty, but sometimes gets a little repetitive. This place had a special roll menu with some really creative combinations, including a 'Lemon Drop', which was a deep fried roll with lemon sauce, and one called 'Smokey Eyes', which we had to wait for because apparently not many people order calamari around here. We had to wait for the squid to thaw, and even though we only ordered it because it was the strangest sounding thing on the menu, it was so fantastic-- tuna (I think), calamari slices, and a special house sauce over a bed of cabbage. It was so good, the lady next to us asked what we had ordered and ordered it herself. How's that for advertising?
-Came home and played Rock Band again. We made a new band with a singer as the leader. The game thought our band name was inappropriate, though. What's wrong with "The Reach-Arounds"? That, and it didn't want Austin calling his player "Ass". What's the fun in that? ;)
-When we got tired of that, we liberated some of my brother's pie from the fridge (he bought two the other day and really shouldn't eat all that himself) and went to his place for the evening for some wine. He's also been downloading some new DS games, so I messed with those and felt bad about my Brain Age for a while. This is why I don't really play video games.

And... yeah. That brings us to today, which is gorgeous. Austin and I stopped by my house because he's going on a moped ride with his gang today, and I needed exercise. We took a walk in the park before he left. Now it's just me and my knitting. Should try getting some homework done today because I have a feeling that "maintenance required" light flashing on my dashboard isn't going anywhere any time soon. We'll see if I find the motivation.

Anyway, have a good Saturday or what's left of it. :)


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