- I ate sushi.
It was of especial delight because a) I didn't have to share my Sue roll (tuna, shiitake, cucumber, and avocado--yum!), and b) there is probably no sushi in Versoix, so Tyson can be jealous of my doings, for once.
- I talked to strangers in a public place.
People who know me (and my antisocial proclivities) will know that, for me, this is cool. I talked to the sushi guy (he says "Hi," Tyson), and to the guy at the bar next to me. This was, in fact, way better than Tuesday night, in which I got all dressed up to meet a friend at an actual bar, and did not talk to people or have a good time.
- I got a new book, and read it.
It's called Into the Wild, and there's actually a movie coming out about it.
- I visited my old Starbucks.
Where everything is different. It's been remodeled, it's staffed by tattoo-showing people (that was not OK when I worked there; I always had to wear a watch), and they closed at 10. (I spent four years of Friday and Saturday nights there making frappuccinos until midnight.)
- I read Dinosaur Comics.
I am working my way through the archives. Today I got to May 2005.
- I replaced broken parts on my roof rack.
Soundly, and all by myself. That is the second car-thing I have fixed on my own this past week, and it was cool.
Tomorrow I am practicing my kayak tie-down skills by taking a sunset/moonlight paddle at Willow Beach. I will probably also do dishes, and vacuum.