Three-day weekender

Last night, my mom and I went to the simulcast of Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me!‘s live show from New York. It was maybe a little odd seeing the show live on a big movie screen, but I’ve seen it live before — once in Chicago, and then at Carnegie Hall — and it was a lot of fun.

Today I didn’t do a whole lot, mostly just took advantage of my day off by sleeping late and lounging about. I watched a little TV — Community‘s episode was kind of dire; Supernatural was okay, but they’re maybe going to the Felicia Day well a little too often — and read some Kaleidotrope submissions. (I think I’m finally moving into stories submitted in February!) And played a little Bioshock. I glanced at my work e-mail, but I didn’t once turn on the laptop I brought home with me.

It’s altogether possible I’ll regret that come Monday morning, but right now I’m in three-day-weekend mode.

Oh, and lest I forget, my music mix from April. It’s just this thing I do:

  1. “A Place Called Home” by Kim Richey
  2. “We the Common” by Thao and the Get Down Stay Down
  3. “Breathing Underwater (Acoustic)” by Metric
  4. “When I’m Alone” by Lissie
  5. “The Humbling River” by Puscifer
  6. “There’s No Home for You Here” by the White Stripes
  7. “The Back Seat of My Car” by Paul McCartney

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