September 12th, 2005
|05:40 pm - Nothin' really matters: after all, it's Christmas Day|
Today has been a good day.
I wrote a very long, very good email to Erien.
I spent some time outside.
I did a rune reading for shizukagozen (talk about a rare thing!)
I set up a time to meet with _crow365__ then had to reschedule when I realized I'd be seeing him anyway tomorrow night.
I got up through Level Three without a sword in Zelda. Then, stupidly, I hit "retry" instead of save. So now I have to go back and do it again. But I've proven you get at least get 1/3 of the way through without a sword! (hint: get that bow and arrow fast!)
I'm coming off a very good ritual lead by romandruid. I think I needed that.
I'm coming off an OSU loss to Texas, too. I'd feel bad, but damn if we didn't prove that the number 1 and number 2 teams were out on that field that night. . . And it so happened that, on Saturday, Texas was the better team. I wonder if they'll still be the better team at the end of the season? Only one way to find out: play them in the National Championship Game. I can see it happening, honestly. I really, really like their quaterback, though. There's no question that that kid is the best quarterback in the country, and he has fun playing! I think that's really why I like him.
I made a very tough decision, one that seems to be make or break, really. It could have gone very badly for me, I think, had I chosen wrong. I can't really talk about it, I'm afraid, but suffice it to say, I'm proud of it. Damn proud. And that's important.
As for how I feel?
I want to "tell some lies, meet some spies, and dance barefoot in the sand."
Current Mood: content
Current Music: "Sailor's Christmas", -JB
|Date:||September 12th, 2005 10:14 pm (UTC)|| |
I know that you can get through the entire game up to gannon, but I still don't think you can beat him without using the sword.
We'll find out. Bombs are becoming a close personal friend.
I met the first thing I couldn't beat immediately last night: the boss of Level Four. I didn't have any bombs on me, so it should be a different story once I get some.
|Date:||September 12th, 2005 10:39 pm (UTC)|| |
Rob Henderson tells me that UM is favored in the UM/OSU game in November. He also seemed open to the wager idea of the winning Grove doing the other's community service. I'll talk to him more about it later.
The best part about that game is that there is no way to pick a "favourite". That's what I've always liked about that rivalry.
*snickers* Hehe. Like I said, that's why it's fun: No matter how you phrase it, you're always going to see your team lose.
Damn, though, if Texas isn't the best team in the nation right now.
I might be a spy. But if that were the case, do you think I'd tell you...?