The Little Review (littlereview) wrote,
The Little Review

Greetings from Kanto Province

Saturday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. was Pokemon Go's Kanto Tour event, and since there's a pandemic and a lot of ice on the ground, it seemed like a perfect day to catch a lot of Pokemon and do a lot of remote raids. I got to do some in the morning with friends in England, and in the afternoon with local friends -- I even got to see Kim, with whom I went to middle school and high school, from our respective vehicles -- and I tried to do one in the evening with younger son's girlfriend in Redmond though our timing ended up not working out.

So it was a pretty social day, and I got my shiny Ditto and a few other shinies and finished all the research despite a glitch booting me out of a crucial Mewtwo raid. I sorted and traded while watching -- what else -- Detective Pikachu, because it starts with basically the first scene from Mewtwo Strikes Back and makes me nostalgic for original Pokemon, and now we're howling through Saturday Night Live's sea shanties and Bridgerton intimacy coordinator issues. I forgot to take pictures in the park, so here are Pokemon at home:







  • Poem for Wednesday and Rainy Cabin John

    I Could Ask, But I Think They Use Tweezers By Aziza Barnes the shoulder is a complicated organ femoral artery lymph nodes tendons a those joints…

  • Poem for Tuesday and Split-Rocker Plantings

    Song for the Festival By Gretchen Marquette At the May Day parade, my mask made of moss and bark, my hair full of flowers, my friend beside me,…

  • Greetings from Potomac Mills

    Extreme quickie, had a late-night phone call from older son who's still testing positive for covid though it's been a week and he mostly feels fine.…

  • Post a new comment


    Anonymous comments are disabled in this journal

    default userpic

    Your IP address will be recorded