Web Cowgirl 衛 思 維 (webcowgirl) wrote,
Web Cowgirl 衛 思 維

Lost in Trans -- what did you say?

The movie was, to my surprise, sold out. Perhaps more frustratingly, we never hooked up with Nina before the movie, and she was not at the theater when we got there, so we spent about ten minutes waiting to see what had happened to her. Then we called her at home and made arrangements to come over and play Puerto Rico (we also brought over some Thai food). Nina won at 47 points with an early corn and early harbor game; Worthy Opponent, at 45, would have caught up if he'd bought a large building the second to last turn, but he only got one the very last turn and was unable to populate it. My paltry 32 point was pretty humiliating - I just wasn't producing enough early in the game. It was the first time I'd played with indigo to start for a while and I just didn't get my act together!

We've vowed to finish the floor in the dining room tomorrow after the neighborhood council meeting, and we should be getting the back bedroom done this weekend now, too. Worthy Opponent will be cleaning gutters Sunday (after we get back from the Hobbit, I'd guess). What fun! I guess we'll get around to seeing Lost in Translation next week sometime.

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