Eurydice (eurydice72) wrote,
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Life in the Buffy lane

Craig and I went to see Charlie and the Chocolate Factory in San Francisco last night. I almost didn't go because I didn't feel well in the morning, but in the end, I'm glad I did. The show was more delightful than I anticipated. The young man playing Charlie was surprisingly good, and I even enjoyed Wonka. I was nervous about him in particular. My Wonka will always be Gene Wilder. But this one was different enough while still having some of the same spirit. I'm okay with that.

We did errands this morning, then Alex and I played games most of the afternoon, including two games of Buffy Legendary. I lost both games, but man, I love playing it. We had two set-ups - Buffy and her men (Spike, Angel, & Giles) and a Scooby set-up with Angel as a fighting back-up. Alex kept having questions about some of the pictures, so I described the episodes they were from. Tabula Rasa. Something Blue. Fool for Love. He kept laughing at the dialogue bits I'd share, but I still haven't convinced him to watch the whole show yet. Some day. For now, I just have to be happy that he knows all the words to Once More with Feelings.

Oh, and I finally figured out my seasonal_spuffy story title! I worked on the outline tonight, so it should be ready to start writing on Monday. That feels good. Let's just hope that feeling lasts after I actually start. ;)
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