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Jan. 27th, 2010

So, on Friday I am going to see Voltaire. This will be my 4th show that I will have seen him at. And this is also the first show where I'm not compelled to go to. James is basically just dragging me along for the ride (not complaining). We're going with Mike, and possibly Chris if he remembers. It will be their 1st time. Suppose that's a good reason to go. Another good reason would be I have my camcorder and can record it this time around. Fun, fun. Anyway, what I mean by I'm not compelled is that, he's not doing anything special or different than I've seen before. Not even a new opening band. Adrian H and the Wounds (again, not complaining) just like last year.

Whatever. It'll be good.

I should probably do laundry in the morning.

Yesterday James came up, but I was pretty miserable about it. I was supposed to go down there and go with him up to Southcenter so he could pick up his games. And we did go to gamestop, I just didn't get to stay down there. Really wanted to, but my mom... Mmph. I have a feeling, if she keeps doing this, I'm not going to be able to spend any more time with him alone ever again unless I get married, and I haven't even done anything. She's even come up with the idea that she has to escort us around. Seriously mom?

Eventually the night got better though. James has a way of making everything better. Though not before we both make it infinitely worse, ha ha. :| He brought up his Wii so that he could play his games he got, and so I got to see No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle. It looks nice. Lots of little games that are reminiscent of old school Nintendo. He also brought up his white Earl Grey Tea that he bought over the weekend, and I got to see how his tea new brewer worked. It was good tea, but he needs a thermometer if he really wants to do it right.


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Jan. 31st, 2010 09:01 am (UTC)
Thank you.
You haven't missed anything, don't worry. I usually get nauseated at the end of the month, along with the moody irrationalities, cramping... you know, all the fun stuff that comes with being a female under 45. :)
Jan. 28th, 2010 03:52 pm (UTC)
Ahh, the annoyance of parents...

Obviously I'm not completely aware of your situation, so this probably isn't a good option for you (otherwise you would have done it already), but it seems like it would be better if you could just move out.
Jan. 31st, 2010 08:52 am (UTC)
Yeah... I'd love to be able to move back out. Unfortunately in this economic period, that's next to impossible. Suppose this is one of those things that I'm just going to have to grimace and weather on with.
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