Went to see A Wrinkle in Time with my mother-in-law today. Having never read the book, I’d say the movie was pretty good, even though (apparently?) people are saying it’s awful. I found that out after I saw the movie and met Paul at a brewery, where his friend said, “You’re the first person I’ve talked to who said it wasn’t terrible.”
Eventually, I’ll read the book and make an informed decision, as they say.
I also may have agreed to join Paul’s D&D group because they need a wizard? or something? When I first wrote about this group a while ago, my brother – who’s really into gaming – said that if I tried out D&D (regardless of whether I liked it), he would contribute some gaming stuff to Paul’s D&D endeavors. Now, as a person, I’m like, “Oh, that’d be nice.” As Paul’s wife, I’m like, “Yeah that’s nice, but like, do I really love him enough to play Dungeons and Dragons?”
So, really, I’m just in this for the hypothetical free stuff. TRUE LOVE, PEOPLE. (Also, thanks, brother.)
Anyway, Paul said that if I liked it, then we could find a different group for me to join, which I understand. Occasionally, you need to do your own thing, with your own people. Who knows, maybe I’ll love the thing (erm) and then Paul and I could have RIVAL groups where mine would be crafty and his would be tactical and maybe those are two different words that mean the same thing. And maybe that means NOTHING in this context! SO MUCH WINNING.
But if I had the time, energy, and money to do something for myself, it’d probably be something music-, fitness-, or entertainment-related. I’m really missing music lessons lately and trying to bang out the occasional song on the piano by myself just doesn’t have the same feel to it.
Have a good night, friends. Be kind to yourselves.