Yay! The MSG is taking me to Vancouver and Victoria for his birthday this August! I can’t wait!
We spent the day driving up the coast on 1, taking the long way to Occidental, where we were an hour and a half early for Father’s Day dinner with his dad. So we stopped off in the bar across the street, had some refreshing beverages, and played Dig Dug and Ms. PacMan. The MSG got the high score in Ms. PacMan. I was duly impressed.
It took us about two hours to drive home and drop off his step-cousin, who is a very neat architect I hope we get to spend more time with in the future. Now I am so exhausted that even driving a mile home is too tiring a thought for me, so I think we’ll watch a Netflix and then go to bed.
We saw “The Day After Tomorrow” yesterday, and although it wasn’t a very good movie by normal movie standards, it scared the crap out of me. I won’t soon forget the ginormous tornado scene.
To Laurie and Evan, who requested Gmail invitations in response to my last post: I would be happy to oblige, if you would only let me know who you are, and how you found my journal. The former is an administrative request, since I need a first and last name and email address to send the invitation, and the latter is purely one of curiosity.
And now for more audience participation! I saw this in a friend’s LJ and wanted to play along:
There is a huge chunk of y’all that I don’t even have a clue about your first name. I don’t know how old a lot of you are, or where you live, or basic normal things.
This is the problem with LJ, we all think we are so close, and we know nothing about each other.
So, I’m going to rectify it.
I want you to ask me something you think you should know about me. Something that should be obvious, but you have no idea about. I promise, I will not make fun of you.