Feb. 21st, 2016

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Went away for a friend's birthday party this weekend, which was fun but exhausting. She had rented a vacation house up in the mountains, and we went tubing on Saturday morning, which was fun since I had never done it before and don't ski or anything. We went out to dinner at a nice place and mostly just hung around and played cards and whatever. The mattress I was sleeping on was terrible, though. This morning I woke up from a dream which centered on how my back hurt because when I woke up, that's exactly how my back hurt.

I, predictably, ran out of people energy sometime Saturday night, which probably would have happened anyway because only two of the people were people I know. I tried not to be a pill about it but honestly I was already feeling lonely and sad even without drinking (I'm the saddest drunk on the earth, so that was absolutely out), and being surrounded by other people makes that feel a lot worse. I'm not even sure what set me off, other than school exhaustion and lady times arriving on Friday.

Or maybe it's just the fact that it was an extended birthday thing and mine is soon and I'm already dreading it as the terrible anniversary that it is. Anyway, I survived the weekend, and my mother randomly cleaned out the guinea pigs so I don't even have to do that.

I watched the Kyouryuuger movie instead, which was hysterical and bizarre. All six of those actors are pretty amazing for what is supposed to be a kid's show, since they all play opposite personalities in the movie and it's really believable. Meanwhile I've been convinced David Duchovny is Fox Mulder since about 1995.

I read the last two books of the Captive Prince trilogy just as quickly as the first book. It was really, really good. If you want a fast-read fantasy with prince on prince action, I absolutely recommend that trilogy. I should have saved one of them to take on this trip this weekend but NOPE.

and then I started Gravity Falls which seems cute enough even if it doesn't fill me with the boundless glee that Steven Universe does. I might watch more of it tonight after I catch up with last week's Haikyuu!.
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