I drove to Maryland this morning to a meeting of my “Coffee and Classics” book club. We’ve decided to forego meetings at The Tea Cozy in Alexandria, and instead meet at Suzie’s house. Her directions were flawless, and I had a great time driving through lovely neighborhoods.
Suzie had copies of Pilgrim’s Progress, which will be our next book. We mostly just chatted, had tea and scones (which were excellent), and ended up watching The Prince of Egypt, which Chris had never seen. What a great film.
I then ran to work, to finish up a few things. After waiting for half an hour in the
Had an unusual experience at the B&N. I was skimming the aisles, looking for a copy of Who Moved My Cheese?, when the guy next to me struck up a conversation. Evidently he does some kind of
(Turns out we already have a copy of Who Moved My Cheese? at home.)
After returning home, I worked on AtheOS programming. After exchanging
I was also pleasantly surprised to be ICQ’ed by both PerrinGoldeneyes and MlitiaGrl, old friends of mine from an IRC network. I had a great time talking with them again, and I hope I can keep in contact.