Chris Walsh (chris_walsh) wrote,
Chris Walsh

Darting and Jumping (lots got done)

Showering sounds good right now. Warm, muscle-easing shower. I'm actually kind of sore and tight, and I'd like to get less sore and less tight, thank you very much.

Today was productive, both at work and after. I started early and then left early (before 4), and for the first time in my life I cashed a money order (thanks, Aonie!). Did it at the post office, which is why I left work when the post office was still open. Deposited another check (thanks, 'Song!) and made it to a particular bus stop just as a particular bus -- hey! The exact bus I wanted! -- arrived.

And thus I took the #12 Sandy bus up to the Hollywood Theatre, and (eventually) bought a ticket to the Saturday charity screening of Joss Whedon's Serenity. I say "(eventually)" because I reached the theatre a little after 5, and the box office didn't open until 6:30. So I stopped at Things From Another World then had a dinner (steak, yo!) at the Laurelwood Public House and Brewery, about a block from the Hollywood.

This will be my third viewing of Serenity, and my first since watching the whole series of Firefly on DVD. And this weekend's showings are raising money for Equality Now, a cause important to Whedon and many others of us.

Totally unrelated P.S.: Another thing I'll see sometime? Spamalot!
Tags: firefly/whedon

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