offbalance: (hometown girl by antheia)
Oh, I love you, free wifi at McCarren.

I'm at the gate, and waiting to board. Everything I check assures me that this flight is on schedule. Which is good. Don't get me wrong, I had a fabulous time. BUT I AM SO READY TO BE HOME. Every time I travel, no matter how much I like the place, I always find that after some time passes, I miss New York. Just a hometown girl at heart, I guess.

Today I saw Robert Picardo sing, Leonard Nimoy make fun of Shatner, Zachary Quinto be cute and sweet, and a kick-ass Voyager reunion. (Kate Mulgrew, Robert Picardo, Tim Russ, Robert Duncan MacNeil, and a surprise appearance by Garrett Wang!) It was stellar.

I hope the flights are easy and short. I so wanna be home right now.
offbalance: (hometown girl by antheia)
Oh, I love you, free wifi at McCarren.

I'm at the gate, and waiting to board. Everything I check assures me that this flight is on schedule. Which is good. Don't get me wrong, I had a fabulous time. BUT I AM SO READY TO BE HOME. Every time I travel, no matter how much I like the place, I always find that after some time passes, I miss New York. Just a hometown girl at heart, I guess.

Today I saw Robert Picardo sing, Leonard Nimoy make fun of Shatner, Zachary Quinto be cute and sweet, and a kick-ass Voyager reunion. (Kate Mulgrew, Robert Picardo, Tim Russ, Robert Duncan MacNeil, and a surprise appearance by Garrett Wang!) It was stellar.

I hope the flights are easy and short. I so wanna be home right now.
offbalance: (Roxie by dpaul007)
Yesterday, [livejournal.com profile] redesigner and I decided to tour around some of the casinos, visit their shopping areas, and take in some of the sights. After enjoying a positively glorious buffet at the Wynn (no, it's the best one, I promise. I had no idea a brunch buffet could be so impressive), we looked around, occasionally putting some money into slot machines. (When in Rome...)

The Wynn was gorgeous, but proved to be unlucky (at least for me - I really didn't like the machines they had). We then toured the beautiful Palazzo at the Venetian, the Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian, and the Paris. All on our way to our final destination of the Miracle Mile shops, and the Planet Hollywood Hotel and Casino.

I honestly wasn't really feeling it, in fact, when we were hanging out at the mall and [livejournal.com profile] redesigner suggested hitting the casino, I almost decided to go back to the room for a nap instead. For some reason, I did not do this, and we joined their player's club. I sat at a couple of slots and did okay, but decided what I really wanted to do is play a little more blackjack. I'd played some at the MGM, but didn't care for it (and lost. But that's besides the point). So I got $20 worth of chips and sat at a $10 minimum bet table in something called "the pleasure pit" (the tables were pink, the dealers scantily clad). I decided to sit there rather than at a standard table, because this particular dealer seemed friendly.

The dealer was a cheerful, bouncy woman who was apparently a third-generation dealer. The pit boss told us that he'd not only worked with her father, but her grandfather as well. (And apparently, her dad was working that night, too!) But I sat down, played for a bit, and I was up. I told myself that if I lost two hands in a row, I'd be out. If I made back my initial 20, then great. But if not, no more than 2 hands.

When I joined the player's club, I got a coupon book with a coupon for $25 in "match play," (it would turn at $25 bet into a $50 bet, for example). I was feeling saucy after 2 21s in a row (one blackjack, one lucky hit), so I went in for it. And won. After that, I wound up splitting and doubling down and winning. So I won a ton on that hand alone...and continued to win. I ended up losing two hands in a row eventually, so I cashed out, and after tipping my dealer (I had already tipped her after the amazing hand of amazing, but she was nice, so I tipped on my way out), I had ended up winning $110.

It's my best night in Vegas ever. Ever. There may have been some dancing and squeeing. [livejournal.com profile] redesigner found some coupons for Trader Vics, (2 for 1 mai tais and a free appetizer with purchase of two entrees), so I had a nice dinner there, my head still spinning over this. I really liked everything about Planet Hollywood, and I may just stay there next time, depending on the deal I can get. Then again, Planet Hollywood has been good to me over the years. Especially the Beverly Hills one.

I guess Facebook blackjack wasn't totally useless, eh?

The rest of the night was okay, but how can you top something like that?

The Las Vegas Philharmonic salute to the music of Star Trek was fun, but they were horribly under-rehearsed, and whomever was in charge of the video cues kept getting it wrong. Still, I loved the concept of it, and I would do it again if I had the chance (especially with a better rehearsed ensemble). Ron Jones, the composer who scored the first four seasons of TNG came and conducted two pieces, which was nice.

Today is the Voyager Reunion, a mini-play with Ethan Phillips and Robert Picardo (as Neelix and the Doctor), and Zachary Quinto with Leonard Nimoy, discussing Spock. Then we head to the airport, and my latest crazy adventure in Vegas comes to an end. But I am SO glad I decided to do this. I had no idea how much I needed a vacation until I got here.

And now, to get ready for the day. I'm all packed, but for a few toiletries and the pajamas I'm currently wearing. My next post will either be from the airport or from New York.
offbalance: (Roxie by dpaul007)
Yesterday, [livejournal.com profile] redesigner and I decided to tour around some of the casinos, visit their shopping areas, and take in some of the sights. After enjoying a positively glorious buffet at the Wynn (no, it's the best one, I promise. I had no idea a brunch buffet could be so impressive), we looked around, occasionally putting some money into slot machines. (When in Rome...)

The Wynn was gorgeous, but proved to be unlucky (at least for me - I really didn't like the machines they had). We then toured the beautiful Palazzo at the Venetian, the Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian, and the Paris. All on our way to our final destination of the Miracle Mile shops, and the Planet Hollywood Hotel and Casino.

I honestly wasn't really feeling it, in fact, when we were hanging out at the mall and [livejournal.com profile] redesigner suggested hitting the casino, I almost decided to go back to the room for a nap instead. For some reason, I did not do this, and we joined their player's club. I sat at a couple of slots and did okay, but decided what I really wanted to do is play a little more blackjack. I'd played some at the MGM, but didn't care for it (and lost. But that's besides the point). So I got $20 worth of chips and sat at a $10 minimum bet table in something called "the pleasure pit" (the tables were pink, the dealers scantily clad). I decided to sit there rather than at a standard table, because this particular dealer seemed friendly.

The dealer was a cheerful, bouncy woman who was apparently a third-generation dealer. The pit boss told us that he'd not only worked with her father, but her grandfather as well. (And apparently, her dad was working that night, too!) But I sat down, played for a bit, and I was up. I told myself that if I lost two hands in a row, I'd be out. If I made back my initial 20, then great. But if not, no more than 2 hands.

When I joined the player's club, I got a coupon book with a coupon for $25 in "match play," (it would turn at $25 bet into a $50 bet, for example). I was feeling saucy after 2 21s in a row (one blackjack, one lucky hit), so I went in for it. And won. After that, I wound up splitting and doubling down and winning. So I won a ton on that hand alone...and continued to win. I ended up losing two hands in a row eventually, so I cashed out, and after tipping my dealer (I had already tipped her after the amazing hand of amazing, but she was nice, so I tipped on my way out), I had ended up winning $110.

It's my best night in Vegas ever. Ever. There may have been some dancing and squeeing. [livejournal.com profile] redesigner found some coupons for Trader Vics, (2 for 1 mai tais and a free appetizer with purchase of two entrees), so I had a nice dinner there, my head still spinning over this. I really liked everything about Planet Hollywood, and I may just stay there next time, depending on the deal I can get. Then again, Planet Hollywood has been good to me over the years. Especially the Beverly Hills one.

I guess Facebook blackjack wasn't totally useless, eh?

The rest of the night was okay, but how can you top something like that?

The Las Vegas Philharmonic salute to the music of Star Trek was fun, but they were horribly under-rehearsed, and whomever was in charge of the video cues kept getting it wrong. Still, I loved the concept of it, and I would do it again if I had the chance (especially with a better rehearsed ensemble). Ron Jones, the composer who scored the first four seasons of TNG came and conducted two pieces, which was nice.

Today is the Voyager Reunion, a mini-play with Ethan Phillips and Robert Picardo (as Neelix and the Doctor), and Zachary Quinto with Leonard Nimoy, discussing Spock. Then we head to the airport, and my latest crazy adventure in Vegas comes to an end. But I am SO glad I decided to do this. I had no idea how much I needed a vacation until I got here.

And now, to get ready for the day. I'm all packed, but for a few toiletries and the pajamas I'm currently wearing. My next post will either be from the airport or from New York.
offbalance: (Roxie by dpaul007)
Well, only mildly hungover, anyway.

As I said last night, I really liked Beatles Love - the first Cirque Show I really, honestly enjoyed. I went in with the lowest possible of expectations, but I had a blast. It's always nice to experience something that makes a band you like shiny and new again. I'd been off the Beatles for a couple of years for various reasons (overplay being paramount, along with some bad memories), but this show polished them up and made them seem new again. I highly recommend it if you have the opportunity.

We'd wanted to maybe see Cher, but the ticket prices were astronomical. Like, I wouldn't even see U2 for that much astronomical. *sigh* I think we made the right choice, though.

Also, yesterday was the day of a million brides. I don't know if it's just Vegas on a weekend, or if it was because yesterday was 8/8/08, but everywhere you looked, there was another bride. There was even a bride and groom that were at our showing of Love, which I thought was cute.

I also played some blackjack at a real table! Granted, I didn't walk away with any money, but I did decently, and played for awhile. And, I didn't embarrass myself at all. I forgot how much I enjoy that game.

I think now is time for my morning swim and to see what [livejournal.com profile] redesigner wants to do for breakfast.
offbalance: (Roxie by dpaul007)
Well, only mildly hungover, anyway.

As I said last night, I really liked Beatles Love - the first Cirque Show I really, honestly enjoyed. I went in with the lowest possible of expectations, but I had a blast. It's always nice to experience something that makes a band you like shiny and new again. I'd been off the Beatles for a couple of years for various reasons (overplay being paramount, along with some bad memories), but this show polished them up and made them seem new again. I highly recommend it if you have the opportunity.

We'd wanted to maybe see Cher, but the ticket prices were astronomical. Like, I wouldn't even see U2 for that much astronomical. *sigh* I think we made the right choice, though.

Also, yesterday was the day of a million brides. I don't know if it's just Vegas on a weekend, or if it was because yesterday was 8/8/08, but everywhere you looked, there was another bride. There was even a bride and groom that were at our showing of Love, which I thought was cute.

I also played some blackjack at a real table! Granted, I didn't walk away with any money, but I did decently, and played for awhile. And, I didn't embarrass myself at all. I forgot how much I enjoy that game.

I think now is time for my morning swim and to see what [livejournal.com profile] redesigner wants to do for breakfast.
offbalance: (Goin' boozin')
Okay, I'm drunk on two martinis, but I want to say:

hotel bars are better than the stupid clubs over here. My stubborn NY self thinks cover charges are for losers. And [livejournal.com profile] redesigner agrees, so I had 2 martinis int he hotel bar and that was great.

And I liked Beatles Love a LOT. this was another example of I wish [livejournal.com profile] blergeatkitty came bc she'd like it. They do all these subtle references tht make sense if you know beatle history and stuff.

Now I should take off my coontacts and go to sleep tomorrow is the karaoke and the star trek philharmonic thing. YAY!
offbalance: (Goin' boozin')
Okay, I'm drunk on two martinis, but I want to say:

hotel bars are better than the stupid clubs over here. My stubborn NY self thinks cover charges are for losers. And [livejournal.com profile] redesigner agrees, so I had 2 martinis int he hotel bar and that was great.

And I liked Beatles Love a LOT. this was another example of I wish [livejournal.com profile] blergeatkitty came bc she'd like it. They do all these subtle references tht make sense if you know beatle history and stuff.

Now I should take off my coontacts and go to sleep tomorrow is the karaoke and the star trek philharmonic thing. YAY!
offbalance: (mermaid)
This morning I decided to mosey over to the Grand Pool complex at the MGM - I've been to my hotel's separate pool (yes, the Signature has a pool no one else is allowed to use but Guests here. Nyah.) But we're allowed to use the fuge pool complex at the MGM - which includes a river and 4 pools and a hot tub. So I decided to rent a tube and float.

Now, some of you who know me fairly well probably are already giggling at ideas of what ensued. Once I actually got INTO said inner tube (thanks to the help of a woman of the steps near me) and got moving, I proceeded to spend the next 20 or so minutes hurtling around in circles, bashing into people like a pinball, and nearly running over a small boy in a life vest. I finally jumped out of the tube and stuck myself through the middle so I could kick my legs, and things mostly went better after that. I went around the river about 3 times total, only with minor incident. It was...interesting.
Honestly, I prefer the little pool next to the hotel, I think - if only to avoid the massive crush of humanity in the big one.

Today we opted out of the con and instead hit up a nearby outlet mall. I got a nice pair of sneakers, a pair of workout shorts, and a wallet, but [livejournal.com profile] redesigner did much, much better. He got a ton of stuff.

Yesterday the con was fun, even though NO ONE noticed my Edith Keeler outfit. Hmph. There was a drag queen Deanna Troi who looked incredible. When we first saw her, we had no idea it was a queen. There were more younger people, though, which was a good thing. The best part of yesterday was Brent Spiner and Marina Sirtis's appearance. They were absolutely and completely hilarious. They picked on each other. They (gently) picked on the really stupid questions and monologuers. Mostly? They just made us laugh and laugh and laugh.

A few highlights:

Marina: [To the drag queen Troi]: Oh my God, Brent! It's ME!
Brent: But you're up here!
Marina: No, the old me.

Question Asker: So, Brent - are you trying to be the next Patrick Stewart?
Marina: Nah, he'd have to start dating 20-year-olds for that!

Question Asker: What are you doing in the present, and in the future?
Brent: [Points to the stage] This is the present! Right now! And now, now it's the future! And the future again!

After that, we headed over to Star Trek: The Experience. The Borg Invasion 4-D was honestly pretty lame. I'd been hopeful at first, but it was just sort of half-assed, in my opinion. I LOVED the Klingon Encounter, though. I thought the storytelling devices were much better, and the fact that we had to interact with actual people made it a bit more fun. But I think what it boiled down to was that I got to spend time on the "actual" Enterprise-D (and a better story, but that's besides the point). Borg Invasion was just set on some random space station, but this one took place on the actual decks, and you had to run around and do stuff. (The people we did it with were a sarcastic bunch, so that made it extra fun, as did a brief "technical difficulty" that they had to fix before the ride started. It allowed us to chat with some fellow riders, which was fun. I met a girl who was going to Vassar in the fall and her mom, who used to live in Hell's Kitchen in the 1970s.)

The ride began on a transporter pad and ended in spectacular fashion on a boisterous shuttlecraft ride. Plus, I'll take Klingons over the Borg any day. As a villain, they're far more colorful and interesting. I'm really sad that the Star Trek Experience is closing down, too. Although there are rumors flying that they're trying to and may have already found a home for the place on the Strip! I really hope that's true.

And now, I'm going to go prettify. [livejournal.com profile] redesigner and I are going to hit the casino for a bit before we head over to dinner and then the Beatles Cirque de Solei show. Should be a good time!

One last amusing note. The hotel staff must think I'm his wife, because every time I've talked to anyone on the phone, it's been "Thank you, Mrs. [livejournal.com profile] redesigner," or, "Is there anything else I can help you with, Mrs. [livejournal.com profile] redesigner?" It's not stopped being funny yet.
offbalance: (mermaid)
This morning I decided to mosey over to the Grand Pool complex at the MGM - I've been to my hotel's separate pool (yes, the Signature has a pool no one else is allowed to use but Guests here. Nyah.) But we're allowed to use the fuge pool complex at the MGM - which includes a river and 4 pools and a hot tub. So I decided to rent a tube and float.

Now, some of you who know me fairly well probably are already giggling at ideas of what ensued. Once I actually got INTO said inner tube (thanks to the help of a woman of the steps near me) and got moving, I proceeded to spend the next 20 or so minutes hurtling around in circles, bashing into people like a pinball, and nearly running over a small boy in a life vest. I finally jumped out of the tube and stuck myself through the middle so I could kick my legs, and things mostly went better after that. I went around the river about 3 times total, only with minor incident. It was...interesting.
Honestly, I prefer the little pool next to the hotel, I think - if only to avoid the massive crush of humanity in the big one.

Today we opted out of the con and instead hit up a nearby outlet mall. I got a nice pair of sneakers, a pair of workout shorts, and a wallet, but [livejournal.com profile] redesigner did much, much better. He got a ton of stuff.

Yesterday the con was fun, even though NO ONE noticed my Edith Keeler outfit. Hmph. There was a drag queen Deanna Troi who looked incredible. When we first saw her, we had no idea it was a queen. There were more younger people, though, which was a good thing. The best part of yesterday was Brent Spiner and Marina Sirtis's appearance. They were absolutely and completely hilarious. They picked on each other. They (gently) picked on the really stupid questions and monologuers. Mostly? They just made us laugh and laugh and laugh.

A few highlights:

Marina: [To the drag queen Troi]: Oh my God, Brent! It's ME!
Brent: But you're up here!
Marina: No, the old me.

Question Asker: So, Brent - are you trying to be the next Patrick Stewart?
Marina: Nah, he'd have to start dating 20-year-olds for that!

Question Asker: What are you doing in the present, and in the future?
Brent: [Points to the stage] This is the present! Right now! And now, now it's the future! And the future again!

After that, we headed over to Star Trek: The Experience. The Borg Invasion 4-D was honestly pretty lame. I'd been hopeful at first, but it was just sort of half-assed, in my opinion. I LOVED the Klingon Encounter, though. I thought the storytelling devices were much better, and the fact that we had to interact with actual people made it a bit more fun. But I think what it boiled down to was that I got to spend time on the "actual" Enterprise-D (and a better story, but that's besides the point). Borg Invasion was just set on some random space station, but this one took place on the actual decks, and you had to run around and do stuff. (The people we did it with were a sarcastic bunch, so that made it extra fun, as did a brief "technical difficulty" that they had to fix before the ride started. It allowed us to chat with some fellow riders, which was fun. I met a girl who was going to Vassar in the fall and her mom, who used to live in Hell's Kitchen in the 1970s.)

The ride began on a transporter pad and ended in spectacular fashion on a boisterous shuttlecraft ride. Plus, I'll take Klingons over the Borg any day. As a villain, they're far more colorful and interesting. I'm really sad that the Star Trek Experience is closing down, too. Although there are rumors flying that they're trying to and may have already found a home for the place on the Strip! I really hope that's true.

And now, I'm going to go prettify. [livejournal.com profile] redesigner and I are going to hit the casino for a bit before we head over to dinner and then the Beatles Cirque de Solei show. Should be a good time!

One last amusing note. The hotel staff must think I'm his wife, because every time I've talked to anyone on the phone, it's been "Thank you, Mrs. [livejournal.com profile] redesigner," or, "Is there anything else I can help you with, Mrs. [livejournal.com profile] redesigner?" It's not stopped being funny yet.
offbalance: (ST ORLY)
So, here I am in the other city that almost never sleeps. [livejournal.com profile] redesigner, however, is still sleeping, but once I hit my 8 hours, I'm done. I tried to force myself to sleep more, but nothing doing.

Yesterday was an interesting day. Traveling was relatively painless, and all my panic was for naught. [livejournal.com profile] redesigner was incredible, though - making me laugh and otherwise distracting me when I was being a giant spaz about takeoffs and landings. I don't get what's going on with me lately - I think it was just excess stress building up.

Anyway, we finally arrive, get our bags and a cab with no problem, and soon we're in our incredibly swank suite at the Signature at the MGM grand. Although, swank hardly does it justice. The website hardly does it justice. It's GORGEOUS. And, I'm in a very comfy bed. It's like sleeping on a cloud.
We unpacked, squeed our heads off, and headed over to the Hilton (after some mild shenanigans involving the wireless internet at the hotel). We also made reservations at Nob Hill, one of the restaurants in the hotel that we'd wanted to try.

After that, we headed over to the Las Vegas Hilton via monorail (Monorail! Monorail!), just in time to see John DeLancie ("Q" on Next Generation and several other shows) speak. We also caught the tail end of Carl Streuken, who played Locksana Troi's companion Mr. Homm. He was pretty funny.

And then, DeLancie. He was hilarious, and awesome, and looks really good. He was tanned, and has a beard now, and his hair has gone salt n pepper. He seemed pleased and amused by his reception, and told the audience some cool things. Apparently, he's directed several operas and plays, and after the last one, he sailed his own boat from Oahu (where the play was) to San Francisco. He also told a pretty cool story about how he got his son (who had a brief role on Voyager ) an audience with the King of Jordan by playing "The Star Trek Card." The son is studying over in the Middle East on a Fulbright Scholarship, and through various means, DeLancie discovered both that the King was a huge Trek fan, AND through various contacts, got an email address. So he emailed. And heard back a few days later. And then, was granted 10 minutes with the King. Which turned into an hour, because the King wanted to talk to them so much. It was really cool, and he was such a proud papa, talking about his son's flawless Arabic and savvy when discussing politics with world leaders.

Sadly, the cliche-filled audience had really no idea about how:

1. He's an actor, and doesn't write scripts
2. He's an actor, and doesn't make storyline decisions.
3. He's an actor, and doesn't make casting decisions.

DUH.

Also? I hate people who monologue endlessly but claim to be asking a question.   We can all tell, I assure you.

Still, he was rad, and I totally love him now.

I'm hoping that the crowd I saw at the con yesterday was not indicative of who will be here all weekend. I'm beginning to worry that the fandom is fading, due to its age. Star Trek was the first fandom. It created so much of the glorious opportunities to geek out and find people to geek out with, I'd hate to see that forgotten. But, it was only Wednesday. There are many more con days to see and experience!

Dinner was also fabulous, even though the travel and the jet lag made us crash early (pacific time, anyway. It was after 2 in NY.)

Anyway, I am going to find something to do with myself until [livejournal.com profile] redesigner wakes up that doesn't involve the computer. A swim is a tempting option.
offbalance: (ST ORLY)
So, here I am in the other city that almost never sleeps. [livejournal.com profile] redesigner, however, is still sleeping, but once I hit my 8 hours, I'm done. I tried to force myself to sleep more, but nothing doing.

Yesterday was an interesting day. Traveling was relatively painless, and all my panic was for naught. [livejournal.com profile] redesigner was incredible, though - making me laugh and otherwise distracting me when I was being a giant spaz about takeoffs and landings. I don't get what's going on with me lately - I think it was just excess stress building up.

Anyway, we finally arrive, get our bags and a cab with no problem, and soon we're in our incredibly swank suite at the Signature at the MGM grand. Although, swank hardly does it justice. The website hardly does it justice. It's GORGEOUS. And, I'm in a very comfy bed. It's like sleeping on a cloud.
We unpacked, squeed our heads off, and headed over to the Hilton (after some mild shenanigans involving the wireless internet at the hotel). We also made reservations at Nob Hill, one of the restaurants in the hotel that we'd wanted to try.

After that, we headed over to the Las Vegas Hilton via monorail (Monorail! Monorail!), just in time to see John DeLancie ("Q" on Next Generation and several other shows) speak. We also caught the tail end of Carl Streuken, who played Locksana Troi's companion Mr. Homm. He was pretty funny.

And then, DeLancie. He was hilarious, and awesome, and looks really good. He was tanned, and has a beard now, and his hair has gone salt n pepper. He seemed pleased and amused by his reception, and told the audience some cool things. Apparently, he's directed several operas and plays, and after the last one, he sailed his own boat from Oahu (where the play was) to San Francisco. He also told a pretty cool story about how he got his son (who had a brief role on Voyager ) an audience with the King of Jordan by playing "The Star Trek Card." The son is studying over in the Middle East on a Fulbright Scholarship, and through various means, DeLancie discovered both that the King was a huge Trek fan, AND through various contacts, got an email address. So he emailed. And heard back a few days later. And then, was granted 10 minutes with the King. Which turned into an hour, because the King wanted to talk to them so much. It was really cool, and he was such a proud papa, talking about his son's flawless Arabic and savvy when discussing politics with world leaders.

Sadly, the cliche-filled audience had really no idea about how:

1. He's an actor, and doesn't write scripts
2. He's an actor, and doesn't make storyline decisions.
3. He's an actor, and doesn't make casting decisions.

DUH.

Also? I hate people who monologue endlessly but claim to be asking a question.   We can all tell, I assure you.

Still, he was rad, and I totally love him now.

I'm hoping that the crowd I saw at the con yesterday was not indicative of who will be here all weekend. I'm beginning to worry that the fandom is fading, due to its age. Star Trek was the first fandom. It created so much of the glorious opportunities to geek out and find people to geek out with, I'd hate to see that forgotten. But, it was only Wednesday. There are many more con days to see and experience!

Dinner was also fabulous, even though the travel and the jet lag made us crash early (pacific time, anyway. It was after 2 in NY.)

Anyway, I am going to find something to do with myself until [livejournal.com profile] redesigner wakes up that doesn't involve the computer. A swim is a tempting option.

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