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d2d: Sunday in wraps

Nice day, all in all. I did nothing of value.

After I did my morning pages (I'm making them private for a few days to see how the flavor changes), I tried to install a virus scanner on Jason's computer. The virus is fighting back, where it was just messing with the keyboard and generating pop up windows, it has now sabotaged the video drivers so the computer can only run in the lowest resolution with 16 colors. Jason is still home fighting the good fight.

We should have spent all day messing with fixing the computer, but instead we played Crystal Chronicles. It's fun, but has its annoying features. While not as bad as Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest (shudder), it probably will not have much staying power for us. Continuing in our vein of naming our current characters after Final Fantasy heroes of yesteryear. They are:

Male-Sabin Female-Yuna
Male-Vivi Female-Rydia
Male-Auron Female-Paine
Male-Sora Female-Rikku

very X and X-2 heavy, but they were the names that made sense when you consider the races.

Sex and the City felt rushed but I still cried. mister_biv and curlycutie compared me to Charlotte in the episode, as I kept crying at the drop of a hat. I lost it hardcore when Carrie said a quote, which I will wait to post until later. I think I will put it in my userinfo.

More to type about but I want to think some more. Goodnight


Feb. 16th, 2004 09:19 pm (UTC)
stewart, i know you didn't like the whole carrie yelling at big thing but i loved it cuz i felt like she needed to do that, and i needed to see her do that in order to move on and make her peace with him.
Feb. 17th, 2004 04:50 am (UTC)
It isn't that I didn't like it, it was just so emotional. SATC hasn't been that intense in a long time. I'm thinking since "you have to forgive me, Aiden" It's a level they don't go to often.