Spring! Spring! Spring is here!

As can be inferred from my headline, I’m absolutely delighted about the weather. I’ve struggled with sharing this, as weather conversation is pretty much the definition of banal and trite. But I justify it in that I don’t have a car — I walk everywhere. So the weather has a material impact on my life. I’ve got a big bowl of popcorn from last night and I think soon I will walk to the park and feed it to the squirrels.

I failed to look at my last entry before I started this one, so I’m not sure where I left off.

I’ll just cover the weekend for now.

Friday night was fantastic in an oh-so New York kind of way. Damon picked me up after work and we headed over to a deli and grabbed a snack. Then at 7 we met Anne and Bart, who were visiting from Atlanta, at the St. James Theatre and we all saw ‘The Producers.’ It’s a fun show for sure, and a good time was had by all. A good time was definitely had by the women in front of Anne and Bart. They chatted and laughed and poked each other through the whole show. My favorite part was when one of them threw out the Nazi salute during the Springtime for Hitler number. Two shows for one! But truthfully, they were awful and Bart gave them what-for after the show.

After the show we went to a cozy little restaurant and stayed there eating and drinking until just after 1am and then wobbled on home.

Ah, just got a call from Damon. He’s been released early from rehearsal so I’ll wait for him to return to go to the park. It sounds like his show is going really well and he just told me yesterday that the director works with Chris Sarandon, who will be coming to the show. So the rest of the day was dedicated to me begging Damon to make sure I get to hang out with Prince Humperdink.

Saturday night we had a nice homey night — Chinese delivery and a DVD of ‘Master and Commander.’ Both were excellent.

Today I’ve been wandering the apartment in my pajamas, which is right up in the top three best ways to spend a day. I’m watching DVDs of ‘Farscape’ and the old ‘Battlestar Galactica.’ Next up… ‘Freaks and Geeks.’ I’m sure it will leave me cringing with paritally surpressed memories but it still seems like a good time.

I’m also not too proud to admit that a fair amount of time has been spent playing Diablo on my computer.

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