Saturday--celebration lunch with Erin for her new job, yay! Pizza buffet, not the healthiest solution but it'd been a while and we'd both wanted to go there. Home to work on plotting for my D&D game, still an Underdark crawl.
We didn't get very far, unfortunately--a bit of a late start, combat with some Incorporeal creatures that got a bit draggy--there was some PC interaction, which I hope was fun--trying to decide whether or not to ressurect a character that had been killed by the demon prince he swore fealty to--but the entire game was spent inside one room :( The combat was okay, but REALLY didn't make much progress on the plot.
The next one should have a lot more movement.
Sunday--some church time in the morning, which was nice enough :) "helped" Tofufox move, and by "help" I mean "got there in time to move a single piece of furniture." So, not much help. But the thought was there.
A little light thrift-store shopping--found some real treasures! A native american "noble savage" plaster plaque that had been painted as honkey as possible, with horrible crow's feet. Dear god, it was awful! And some *actual* treasures, a piece by what looks like a furry cartoonist, a couple of presents, and a nice-looking ceramic hot water kettle from an Asian grocery store somewhere. Good stuff :)
Whines's game didn't happen--I think a lot of that was that I had a lot of stuff to do and that made him more inclined to stop things to give me a break, which I was thankful for--I didn't really get to have a weekend. We ended up seeing "Toy Story 3" with Maru, I got all teary at the end. The very specific "it's time to give up your toys and grow up" trope always gets me.
Goodwill had an awesome collection of clowns on display! This was timed PERFECTLY as I was trying to get pictures for National Clown Week for Thrifthorror. I'm pleased with the results.
Back to work :) Very late start at work because I had a complicated dream (Josef and my gnoll characters trying to order lunch at Thundercloud Subs), and I didn't want to wake up...