I’ve just been real busy lately. Projects, quizzes, tests, book reports, whatever. Just lots to do. But tonight is worth talking about.
Shell and I went to Fiddler on the Roof, and it was awesome. We didn’t want it to end, seriously. But it went a lot later than we thought it would. We got home at like…almost midnight, from SPSCC. But to everyone who was in the play, bravo and brava!
Oh, and on the way back, pulling into 6th Ave, before Baran Drive, a group of kids were pulled over, and we saw bottles of alcohol on top of their car. Yeah, could they be any more stupid? I think not.
I went home last weekend, since it was a 3 day weekend, and met Patrick for a nice chat. A bunch of us were home, and I didn’t want to miss the chance to see a familiar face. It was actually pretty funny at one point, because we were talking about all the stuff happening with Outlook, and Mrs. Duffey walked in right then. You see, she wrote a totally bitchy letter to the Outlook, specifically addressed to T. Rush. It was retarded. Needless to say, we didn’t say hi to her.
Laura and I hung out on saturday. We went to Ian’s house first to hang out and watch old episodes of Freaks and Geeks. That was really a good show. But anyway, we also went to go see Rocky Horror Picture Show at midnight at the Blue Mouse. Oh lord. We were basically flashed for an hour and a half. Seriously. A chick played Rocky, and she ran around on stage with her nipples taped. Seriously. But it was really fun to do the time warp and throw the toast. Oh, and Erica was there, so it was nice to see her too.
And I saw Lexy at Petco. I went to go get some water purifier for my fish, and she was going to check on tanks for her pet blue lobster. I know, it’s kinda odd. But then, so is Lexy.
It was nice, though, to see people. I missed people.
Hmmm…maybe there wasn’t much to talk about. But hey, I needed to write something.
Oh, it’s paste-up right now. They have about 7 minutes left before the computers shut down, unless that’s different too. But the last issue…holy crap it was awesome. I have to admit that they did a great job and they restored my faith in certain people. I feel much better about not being there all the time now.
I think I’m good for now. I’m just staring at Jacki’s fish, Kreature. I keep thinking that he’s dead, because he doesn’t move a lot, but he’s okay. He’s just bored.