March 15th, 2006


Got home just before midnight.


Tired now.

Had a great night playing Doctor Who and the Mines of Terror on my Commodore 64. So apparently there isn't anything wrong with my tape drive, which is great because we couldn't find the Bandana City tape [needed to adjust the tape drive] - found a lot of diskettes, but only a few tapes.

We got a lot further in the game than ever before, thanks to, you know, being able to read English, unlike when we were kids. Still, I don't think we got very far in the grand scope of things. We watched Hammer House of Mystery and Suspense: Child's Play, an old made-for-TV horror movie we saw when we were young. It wasn't scary at all, kind of cheesy, but fun to watch again after all these years.

Planned to meet again maybe next week, probably at my place. Or, if I'm going to his place again, I'd only need to bring the PSU and the game. Aniki has everything else that is needed.

Incredibly tempted to hook up the C64 to my TV right now. Or first thing tomorrow morning.. but I have things to do, a long trip to prepare for.

It looks like Odessa is going to have another night of entering and exiting ceaselessly. Not what I need right now. -_-
女暗部 - bewilderment / distress

stress about my upcoming trip.


And I just finished eating breakfast at 16:45. And I had such grand plans for today. Well, it is in my best interest to tire myself out physically in the hopes that it'll help me sleep tonight.. I'll go through with my plan to walk into town to buy stuff - will take the subway back, I guess.

Going to pick up my train tickets so I won't have to possibly stand in line to do that tomorrow morning when I have very limited time before the train leaves.

Odessa has kept her end of our bargain, so now I owe her tulips. Everything else I planned to do can wait until after I get back.

I just have a bad feeling about tomorrow morning. Fear that I will be unable to get out of bed and get to the train in time. Maybe I won't sleep at all.
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    stressed and distressed