PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,
PMMJ
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and then

After gaming yesterday, surprise dinner with nalroth and skkyechan and a couple of their friends. So rare to have people in our neck of the woods. They were all in town for some dorky thing. Was very cool catching up with them, and their friends were keen.

Thereafter, a nightmarishly long trip to Safeway, and then on to the pad of dreamerdevie and jasmydae. After some brief discussion, we played an awesome little board game called Betrayal at House on the Hill. Never played it before, but after a couple games, I'm a big fan. It literally plays out like a horror movie, both in game play and content. Worth a shot, if you're into cool games. (I'd be remiss if I didn't compliment the guitar soundtrack provided by the lovely jasmydae. or mention her gigantic, titanic drink.)

Today, work, to make up for no work yesterday. Tonight, bebeness. Tomorrow, cookout, maybe X-3. Tuesday, free day off, and theoretically, sleeping like a log. Wednesday, no Lost, so I won't know what to do with myself. Thursday, larping? Oh dear.

More later.
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