November 19th, 2010


Poem for Friday and Calvert Cliffs

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I accomplished a reasonable amount on Thursday, though probably not everything I should have considering I am hoping a good chunk of Friday will be lost to seeing Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part One (my plans are still somewhat up in the air; both my planned dates, gblvr and perkypaduan, had potential timing/location/scheduling issues that we have not fully ironed out as of this writing, though I am more confident now that we'll get there than I was several hours earlier). I found out from my mother that my father and I were headed to the mall at roughly the same time, and he ended up taking me out for frozen yogurt with walnuts and berries, then we walked around and I took care of some chores -- bargain sweatpants at Old Navy being the main one because I had only one pair of sweatpants with pockets, but also Crate & Barrel's lovely holiday collection, which has pretty Judaica as well as all the Christmas stuff.

Evening involved a walk (hence the need for said sweatpants), dinner (French toast made with the awesome Amish-made cherry bread dementordelta brought us on Monday and cooked by apaulled, mmmm), then $#&! My Dad Says, which was worth watching this week just to see William Shatner in bed with Cybill Shepherd, and Nikita, which we didn't realize at first was a rerun but not all of us had seen so we left it on anyway. With help from my club, The Reliables, I managed to finish the Superpoke Pets Thanksgiving quest and collect all my dinner table plushies. Now Jon Stewart is interpreting Glenn Beck ("The Manchurian Lunatic") for us and elucidating how Rupert Murdoch and the Tea Party are the only thing saving America from Communist dissolution, or maybe Nazi dissolution, or maybe Hogwarts, and I can't stop laughing enough to type.

Here are some more photos from Calvert Cliffs State Park last weekend:

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