Middle of October, really?
Last night I got to go see Willie Nelson at the local Capitol Theater. Good concert. His voice still sounds fantastic, but, man, I wanted to take a 2x4 to all the people running up and down the aisles. Yeesh!
I had thought about buying a ticket for myself but decided not to, and then my friend's husband had a stroke and is in hospital/rehab center (poor thing keeps shuttling back and forth as more things go wrong), and she had tickets, so she asked me if I wanted to go with her rather than just let the tickets go to waste. I took her to dinner and then we went to the show. It was fun. Next week, we're going to see Hello Dolly. Same deal. It's starring Sally Struthers, which... yeah, I never thought of her as a musical/comedy star, so we'll see how that works out. LOL
Other than that, I... well... I have an addiction. I have to confess it because that's the first step to overcoming it, right? It's Diner Dash on my Kindle Fire. Oh, and Wedding Dash. OMG, these freaking games are eating my brain! LOL They're time management games where you have to seat customers/guests, take orders/presents/bring food all the while more customers/guests are coming in and you have to clear seats and get the new ones seated, and you just go fastfastfast! It's very intense, and, as I said, totally addictive. I'm too old for this shit. LOL
And then I bought Northern Tale for my computer. In this game you're a Viking who comes home from a raid to discover that your three daughters, Winter, Autumn, and Summer have been taken by an evil witch, and you have to break the spells surrounding them and rescue them. So you go about gathering hams for food, and gold, and ore for building, and destroying wolves and zombies and evil tress and big rocks and restoring the land, and you must go fast! This one? Also addictive. And the little Vikings run around doing the tasks saying things like, "My ax is sharp!" "I'll get right on it!" "Yes, yes, I'm coming." So funny.
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