S. Worthen (owlfish) wrote,
S. Worthen

Quiet Day

I've felt very unproductive the past two days, and have been sleeping a fair amount as well. I skipped music night last night since my heart just wasn't in it. What have I done? I returned Lindsay's sunglasses for her camping trip, and she gave me tasty pumpkin muffins. I talked to my grandmother. I read the newspaper. C. came home from work after an hour and, thanks to Lindsay, we ate at one of her favorite restaurants, Urban Thai. My portion of pad thai was substantial enough that C. and I split the leftovers between us for dinner, followed by a piece each of leftover birthday cake. STILL an amazing cake. We'll have the last slices tonight. Mmmm.

The camping trip fell through, after everything, and so Lindsay joined all of us for brunch. (Mitzi's is the best informal place to have brunch I know of thus far in this city.) My houseguest and I finally discussed methodology for about an hour. That's the entire sum of worklike activity I've engaged in. I feel I do know more, and we definitely have very different styles of thinking. I can confidently say she's a rationalist and I'm an empiricist. But it was useful and a good start. We might go to a movie tonight. (Bourne Identity or Minority Report, not because I want to see them, but because C. does and this'll get one of them out of the way).

I am now the proud owner of the "Mystery at Hogwarts" game, but haven't played it yet.

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