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Weekend in short

Saturday: Spent most of the day riding up to Everett to watch my friend Debbie's fight. She was in a kickboxing tournament and, while she didn't win, she did do remarkably well - particularly since it was her first fight.
At the fight I was also able to me gamethyme finally, which was good stuff. It's nice to put a voice to the words, and he seems to be rather good people. :) He brought with him Noemi, someone else he'd met from online whose LJ name escapes me for the moment. She's an interesting soul, decidedly not someone I had expected to meet nor was ready to spend time with. Overall, though, a very positive experience.
Sunday: Sleeeeeep (having gotten home around 5am), then to dinner with Debbie and a variety of folks from the dojo where she trains, who'd also been at the fight Saturday. Dinner at Hometime Buffet (formerly Old Country Buffet) - mmm, grazing rights! Afterwards we watched a video of the fights at Joel and Katie's place, and played with their multitude of cats. Two adults, two kittens, one of whom decided that lying on my chest with his back curled up under my chin whilst I was sitting up was the perfect place to take a nap. So much cuteness!!

And now, to sleep. Tomorrow I only need to go in for a couple of hours, so I can sleep in a bit. Then Tuesday and Wednesday, then four day weekend! Woo-ha, I say. :)


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Nov. 24th, 2003 08:10 am (UTC)
Meeting you was a bright spot in an otherwise difficult and trying weekend.
Nov. 24th, 2003 10:45 am (UTC)
Ooh, Old Country Buffet. Or, as South Park would say, old people restaurant. ;) But I miss kittens. And you. :(

I'm glad Debbie didn't die, though. ::g::

~me :*
Nov. 24th, 2003 11:56 am (UTC)
We were all pretty glad she didn't die. She got a bit of a black eye, and she's sore, but I think the other girl's probably looking worse. :)

I miss you, too!
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