Hooray, we have tickets for The Who! Which, as Ted said, is important, because they’re old, and the chance may never come again. Nevermind that I didn’t know who Roger Daltry was. It’s the principle of the thing, and I expect it’ll be fun. :)
Getting tickets has pretty much been my sole accomplishment for the day. We’d been going to have lunch with and , but we mutually bailed due to the inclement weather and my cold. Perhaps next week. :) So for the remainder of the day I’ve been reading books and taking naps, which is really a rather nice way to spend a day except for when you’re snorting your way through boxes of kleenex. And for the evening, I’ve sent Ted to photography class alone because walking around the house makes me tired, so walking through Cork in the rain seems like a foolish idea. I told him to remember well so he could tell me everything they said. :)
I shall slog back downstairs to finish reading my book now. *laugh* Last night I was tired but didn’t want to go to bed because I wanted to read some more of my book. I said so online, and a few minutes later returned to the keyboard and said reads Kit’s book to her. And I got *very* confused for a few moments, because I thought she meant she was reading one of my books to her, and I couldn’t figure out which book she was talking about, and then I went oh! just as she clarified that she was reading the book I was *reading* to me, not that she was reading a book that I had *written* to me. And then she expressed amusement that she had to clarify that. :)
Right. Off to read, then.
Oh. If I get another idiot trolling anonymously in my comments I’m turning the anonymous option off. I know there are half a dozen of you, at least, whom that will inconvenience, and I apologize, but for God’s sake.