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  1. fillyjonk fillyjonk
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    It’s Wonders of Wildflowers Weekend, and it’s at a place that’s “only” an hour from me, so I signed up. At least for Saturday, I did.

    I hope it’s good. I hope I have some positive human interactions. This has been a not-great week, no real big things but lots of being busy and just lots of awful ominous things in the news, me being tired because it’s the end of the semester, and because I’m going to be involved all day Saturday I have had to take care of the usual Saturday things (laundry, housecleaning, wal-mart run) during the week. I really don’t recommend Wal-Mart at 5 pm on a Thursday. I often walk out of there thinking “I hate humanity now” but this week was particularly bad.

    Next weekend I have a training thing for a Board I’m serving on, so next Saturday will be kind of not-fun. At least after that is Exam Week and then I get a bit of free time after that.Report

  2. Avatar Mike Dwyer
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    “Perhaps going with her to run some errands and turn walking up and down the aisles into a date in its own right by discussing exactly how many different colored pens in a Costco colored pen set is too many different colors.”

    So true… I can get a solid two hours of fun out of a grocery store trip if the wife is willing to indulge me and check out all the new food items that seem to appear each week.Report

  3. Avatar Maribou
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    Oh my gosh, does everything in my body hurt today. (But I got approved for some much-needed medical leave to try some in-depth treatment of my woes, this summer, so hope is in sight.)

    I am not attending the VR thing because I’m throwing a game night (analog, old skool) for my department at the behest of some of my graduating seniors, instead.

    Otherwise the same plans as Jaybird, as usual. If this pain proves transient, I might even be up for Costco philosophizing.Report

  4. Avatar LeeEsq
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    There are dance workshops and dancing on Friday and Saturday this weekend. The Bay Area Book fair is on Sunday.Report

  5. Avatar Fish
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    Going to see Infinity War tonight.
    I. Cannot. Wait. Even wore my Captain America shirt to work today.

    Superhero gaming with Mr. Bird and Mrs. Bou Saturday night, and joining the same for the baseball game on Sunday.

    Jay, it occurs to me that we could realistically squeeze in a climbing day Sunday afternoon-ish…Report

  6. Avatar Marchmaine
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    Aloha from Lanai, HI. Won/earned/lucked into an all (well, most) expenses paid vacation from work. Seeing how the .01% live…hoping the revolution doesn’t start until Monday when we are back on the farm of plausible deniability.Report

  7. Avatar PROFESSOR ESPERANTO
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    I sincerely hope that I contributed to your current lifestyle of having weekends packed with fun. After all, I kept bugging you and the ‘bou to play RPGs then both of you got hooked and it snowballed from there. Even after my ongoing sojourn to the Garden State, I am pleased you continue this pursuit and hope somehow in the back of your mind it makes you remember me. Hopefully fondly, rather than the overly dramatic thirty year old with the personality of a teenager who happened to earn Quite A Lot Of Money.

    I love you guys and hope to see you soon.Report

  8. Avatar PROFESSOR ESPERANTO
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    My weekend will be spent writing for The Anomalist, completing my astronomy club’s newsletter, then seeing Labyrinth in a cinema with my current spouse. I might write for myself or try to take up the avocation of reading books again. Or kick my Duolingo Esperanto lessons into high gear again.Report

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