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[PocketLJ] my day

so here I am, scribbling into my palm and writing what may simply be a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, and signifying nothing. It's late and I need sleep, but I feel up to rambling.

My mother is snoring in the next bed over. I don't know why I just said that, I guess I feel like sharing.

It was a good day for the most part. I seem to have aacquired, for the sum of US $4.00, a hardback copy of The Science of Discworld, by Terry Pratchett, Ian Stewart, & Jack Cohen. Not only have I got this book, but it is signed by at least the latter two authors. I really like the Berkeley Library Store. (This isn't the first time I've found something cool there--my first time ever, I found a first American edition of Colour of Magic for $1.00. I later watched Pterry sign it, and it is now a treasured book.)

I also bought an authentic tie dyed shirt from a vendor on Telegraph. And, to surprise Patrick on our five month anniversary, I bought a phone card, and called him from the OCF server room in Barrows.

I later met up with Luns, and he came to dinner with Mom and me. We ate at Spaghetti Factory in Jack London Square. And then we watched trains. (The trains at JLS run right down the middle of the road, which scares Mom.)

So yeah, all in all, it was a *great* day, with only a few minor stormclouds. Wish I was here for good.

So, that's about it. I should make Patrick happy by going to bed. It is now 1:11 AM here.


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