Tuesday, February 08, 2011
Grass Skirts and Such
This time we made sure that we actually planned it out and advertised, and we were expecting at least 20 to 30 people to show. When we opened at 8:30, we weren't expecting anyone to be there that early, but a whole crowed came, and kept coming. By the time it was over, we had served somewhere around 70 people, which is a lot more than we were expecting.
I somehow got appointed the unofficial liaison between the our group and the cafeteria, and because of the extra people, I had to make four or five unplanned trips to stock up on fruit and coffee and things like that, which was tiring, but fine as we made about twice as much money as I had estimated we would.
I didn't really watch much of the game, because I was working on homework, but early that afternoon, I played three extremely intense games of ultimate frisbee. I had a number of collisions, almost dislocated my shoulder, and am still sore from it today. It was fun though, and I'm glad I ended up going.
PS. I feel like this post should include some kind of tribute to Brian Jacques, one of my favorite authors from my early teens, who passed away a few days ago. It's been a number or years since I read the Redwall series though, so I'm not sure what I'd write, but I felt I should at least mention him.