We only saw Elena, perpetualfog breifly. We were supposed to go disco bowling or to coffee, but both Heather and I were beat. You have no idea how beat. I think we were both out the second our heads hit the pillows.
Then Nia, nialavender,came to town, and we went to see You Don't Know What I Got. Lucy, purplecorduroy, was supposed to join us, but she had too much homework. As were Louise, skrape, and Nicole, torilove, but they had to work. The movie was really good. I enjoy Ani DiFanco's music, but I think I enjoy her talking even more. The movie was about five women, and how they have survived adversity. While I'm sure they all have certain commonalities, the one that stands out the most is that they all seem to have a good sense of humour. I was told, when I was young, "If you can not learn to laugh at the world, and more importantly, at yourself, you will never be happy." I think those women inately knew how to laugh.
I took about 80 pictures, but my camera batteries died after uploading the 25th image. So, tomorrow I will upload the rest, and share a few of them.
Last night, after the movie, a bunch of people came over. I need to make a sign for the back patio restating the housing complex rules. On school nights (Sunday night through Friday morning), the compound is quiet from 8pm to 8am. On the other nights the quiet time is 10pm to 8am. I've been yelled at and had my landlord complain about (and threaten to remove me for) quiet talking at 9pm on Sunday night. Last night the guest were out back laughing loudly at midnight. I am shocked the bitchy neighbor behind us didn't mouth off again. Basicly, if we are reported, we can be fined, and possibly evicted.
This morning I woke up with my neck killing me, but having Heather next to me, made it bearable. (I love her so much!)
Anyway, I need to relax tonight, so I'm hoping not to many people will be dropping by, or I may just go up to my room and read. With how much my neck is hurting, I'm not in a mood to deal with people.