Boy, I wish I'd thought to bring my stuff to sew.
I have my cross-stitch but, for me, cross-stitching is usually something you do *while* you do something else, not just something you do. I wish I had some video games to play, but I was stupid and didn't bring my PS2 here. You'd think I'd remember that I was packing to stay for THREE WHOLE DAYS in Austin, and that there's nothing to do here unless I bother someone to drive me someplace, and even then, there's no one there my age to hang out with. I don't even think Scott is in town, though I might call later and find out.
So I've just been on the computer for forEVER the past two days. Looks like I won't be able to plug it into the car and type on the way, even though there's totally a plug for that, unless the stepfather recants AND $80 bucks for the charger mysteriously appears. The adapters are *expensive*. I guess they figure that the only people who need them are bigwig executives who have the cash to lay down for something like that. So no typing for me. No DVD movies. Nothing to do once the sun goes down. And two more long days, and a long car trip ahead of me.
I am, however, getting plenty of time to catch up in both things I've been wanting to read, both online and off, and sleep I've been meaning to get. I'll probably go take a nap in a little while, though I hate to take naps on Sunday. I always wake up feeling more tired than when I laid down.
I'm also slowly starting to re-make a video game I made a while back with this nifty thing called RPG Maker. I doubt I'll be able to post it to the blog or anything, cause it can get pretty big, and I'll be on dial up for most of the rest of the break. But I'll let you know on the status of that as I go. Right now, I'm almost finished with the opening sequence in the woods. Which tells you nothing. ^_^.
Oh yeah, I thought I was done, but I haven't talked about Two-Mix yet, have I? Two-Mix does some of the music for Gundam Wing, and I'm singing a very, very slow version of one of their songs for the karaoke event at Ushi-con. So I've been practicing. Mom wants to make a recording of me and send it to a japanese friend of hers who's a CHOIR TEACHER. I panicked. LOL!
Anyhoo, that's all for right now-- there might be more later tonight!