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Karma and the Horde of Monkeys - Salvador Dali in a lawn chair.
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Karma and the Horde of Monkeys
I had such a wonderful day yesterday that it seems as if I have to pay for it today. About 800 different things have been bombarding my mind all this Saturday, like a horde of monkeys banging coconuts on my head. I've tried to forget about them and just concentrate on something else, a movie, a StarGate episode, a good lunch, but it's not working.

So instead of writing about them, I'm going to write about how fantastic and refreshing my day was yesterday, since I am now having to pay for it.

I woke up at 4 AM. I lay in bed for a little while, trying to sleep longer but failing. I took a quick bath, doing a little bit of skin pampering then left with Will to go get coffee. Zordac met us there a little later and we chatted through most of the morning.

For lunch Will suggested one of my favorite places in Oxford to eat, so we wandered over to Don Pancho's for a Caribbean buffet of roasted pork, vegetables, Spanish meatballs, yellow rice, beans, and flan for dessert. We sat for a couple hours, chatting about a game that Will might like for me to run.

An invitation from Paul and Jennifer reminded me that it was opening night for Reign of Fire. I spent some normal time at the computer that afternoon, except a little bit of roleplaying on Asherons Call with Abandyn.

Zordac, Paul and I drove to Tupelo to meet Jennifer and see Reign of Fire. It was like a decent action flick simply set in an unusual and cool scenario (although I think they could have done a lot more with it and avoided the anticlimatic ending).

Afterwards we hit IHOP. I had chocolate milk, laughed goofily, and tried to ignore the middle aged guys next to us that were staring. Exhausted when I came home, I still stayed up for several hours to talk to Abandyn. I actually got some school work done, too.

mood: uncomfortable uncomfortable
music: LOTR soundtrack

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