Mom fried sunfish for dinner! おいしかったです (it was delicious)! At least, I think that's how it's said/written. I can't remember a lot of structural Japanese.
After dinner, I popped in my new Ocarina of Time "red blood version" cartridge and played until, oh, maybe 10:30 P.M.
Then, as a family, we watched Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. James Stewart is a brilliant actor.
Then, for some reason, right before we went to bed, we started The Shining. What a terrifying film to watch before trying to fall asleep.
Saturday was excellent. I woke up with Ernie, my family's cat, sleeping next to my head, on my pillow. After he realized I was awake, he moved down to lay on my feet.
Was there beautiful weather where you were this weekend? 'Cause Milaca was warm, sunny, and clear. So niiiiiice!
Part of that big patch of snow is actually the Rum River. Every year in the spring, when the ice finally melts, I like to go back down to the river and listen to it flow.Then I packed for the remainder of the day.
Ocarina of Time. And guess what? I finally got to see the reason for the nickname "red blood version." That is, I beat Ganondorf and Ganon, and got to see them puke/spout flowing red blood--which, as I've said before, was a no-no, since Ocarina of Time was rated "E" for "everyone." I also went into the Fire Temple to hear its music--which is different in the "red blood version" than in later versions. Read my previous blog post explaining it all, if you're interested.
Twin Cities Girls Chorus, a nonprofit singing group for girls. Anyway, after the concert, we ate at a somewhat authentic Mexican restaurant. Finally, after we had our fill and said goodbye to his family, Mitch and I came back to Augsburg.
WOW! What a looong weekend! Mitch is already asleep: e-a-r-l-y! Though, I'm pretty tired, too.
I look forward to the rest of spring break. Nice weather, walks, and delicious food are good for the soul. :)