June 16th, 2006

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After a tasty Mexican dinner in the wilds of Virginny, trekked up to a perfectly lovely night at the club. Took the music a little bit to get rolling, but oh, once it did, it kept on rolling. I kept telling myself I'd get a drink after the next good song, but they just kept coming and coming; it was beyond my control. Plus, I only almost got in one fight! Ended up rocking out until 1:20, after which, the long trek home. Bless her heart, Selene was still up, and she helped me stay awake until time to shower and drive back out to work this morning. Definitely going to be napping once I get home this afternoon.

So I am sore. In fact, I feel beat up. My back hurts, my legs hurt. (Diagnosis: not enough tequila.) But oh so worth it.

I am certainly going to miss Nation. Someone will eventually pick up Alchemy, but I am a big fan of the physical site itself.

In related news, a certain someone was totally rocking a square dance skirt last night.

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