A world of Ontarian proportions

Yesterday was fun, we left the house somewhat early and met Rory, then Vachel, and wandered around town for a bit trying to get our train ticket (office was closed) and having our Salad King lunch. It was awesome good, just like we remembered.

The evening was filled with old friends and conversation and beer (and a very poor performance by myself, but I don’t think anyone was listening anyway. Having not played or practiced in about six months, I couldn’t remember a thing.)

Anyhow, there were a few people who didn’t make it out that were missed, and a couple of surprise dropins that were nice to see. We were out exceptionally late, and arrived back at Ian’s place where we were crashing at about 3am. We stayed up until about 3:30, then tried to sleep until about 8am. Neither of us slept particularly well, though, and when we got up we were zombies. After making our way back to Adam’s grandmother’s house, Adam took a quick nap while I helped prepare the giant hanukkah meal for fifteen that was to occur at lunchtime. People arrived, lunch was had and there was much socializing until perhaps 3:45 or so, when everyone left. Adam’s watching tv and dozing now, and I’m sitting on the computer. Tomorrow morning we have to be up at 6 to make our way down to the train station for 8. Early morning sucks.

I should be thinking about napping myself, but I’m almost afraid to – at this point, if I nap I may not sleep the night through. I could sleep on the train tomorrow, but I don’t really want to – I like looking out the window for that sort of thing.

We were going to go out to a movie tonight, but now we’re both just too tired. We’re not going anywhere further than out to the coffee shop, and that only if anyone calls and wants to try and see us tonight, so not very likely.

3 Comments

  • realcdaae

    December 17, 2006 at 9:57 pm

    You’re a wizard, Harry!