As always, Fall tends to come late here. Yesterday the tempature finally dropped low enough to not feel like it was Spring or Summer! The leaves on the larger trees in the neighborhood are also finally beginning to change color and fall. I've been looking forward to our 3 months of fall weather to come, and just maybe we'll luck out and get a day of winter snow like a few years ago!
I'm so excited for my keychains to arrive. Besides the stuff that came with Creating a Champion, the only notable Zelda swag I own is a lanyard for my car keys (and a hoodie that doesn't really fit anymore). I feel a little giddy about it. My CaC stuff is on display in my room, which is cool and all, but I don't have anything I can actually rep besides the lanyard. Two of the keychains are going on my switch case, and the other is going on my phone (if I can figure out how to put it on there, I've never had a phone keychain before). I'm looking forward to it.
Had to rush to the hospital last night because my hubby was having extreme belly pain. Fortunately it wasn't anything too serious. But of course he didn't want to rest this morning. He felt well and went straight to work. He's send home by his supervisor after his delivery round. So no work for him for the rest of the day. I'll make him to get some rest
Tonight I had dinner at a Japanese restaurant with five Japanese/International Studies teachers and five past students. It was really nice to catch up with them and to be using Japanese in a social setting once again. Easing of restrictions now that we’ve nearly eliminated COVID here have been helping my social life slowly come back to life.
I have to buy a toy ray gun, one with the loudest sound, because my band thought it'd be fun to do "Rebel Yell" by Billy Idol, and at the end of the solo, Steve Stevens uses a toy ray gun to get that wild sound.
I could coax the sound out of my flanger pedal, but that's not as fun.