Saturday, kind of slow--woke up early, got some church work done, grabbed lunch with Whines, plotted for D&D, ran game. There might have been a few thrift stores there--I found something delightfully nasty, a candle in a champaign glass that looks like it was made to resemble a rice pudding parfait, with little dried fruits floating at the top. Yech!
D&D fun, though I got a little grumpy at the end. Cranberry's character bribed a manticore with a box of expensive gourmet chocolates (each chocolate was priced at about six month's commoner's wages...) and I think the "cliff-climb over howling portal to heck" skill challenge was actually pretty tense. At the end, I'd set up a life-threatening encounter with a timer to the next encounter, and the PCs ran to escape it, which makes perfect sense, but it did throw a lot of plot elements out the window, so I need to figure out how to repair that.
Sunday--mostly unscheduled. Church stuff in le morning, so-so lunch at the new "La Tapateria" restaurant, just to see what it was like. It was so-so. Ran down south to get all the "Revolutionary Girl Utena" series for Josef, and found a pretty new White Wolf book I'd been wanting :)
Home, made a ghost pepper curry to share with Whines, Maru, Bauson, and Ms Quinn [edit: and Folfers, too! Sorry, Crystal :)], and wrapped up the day with the 1950s Little Shop of Horror (rifftrax), and some random video clippage.
Not a bad weekend, but one that had enough elements cribbed from other weekends that I'm having a hard time remembering it even now.