Trick or treat, smell my feet, give me something good to eat!
And now that Candy-and-Girls-in-Slutty-Outfits-Fest is over with...
Les, the transguy who I thought had cerebral palsy (he actually has juvenile-onset rheumatoid arthritis), drove me home last night after we were at the Rainbow Pride Union Halloween party playing bowling on his brand-new Wii. (Wii= AWESOME. Hell, it makes people who are video-game illiterate like me able to play. Oh, and don't get the wrong idea, he has a boyfriend.) I invited him over to my house sometime to hang out, and he said yes, Wo0T!
Also, I'm really nervous about seeing Dina-chan again at Neko-con. I don't know why, maybe because I'm so bloody happy to be there (and hoping that I don't have a hospital stay like I did last year). Maybe it's because we're going to be in a hotel this year instead of her parents' place. Dunno. I'm just so excited! ^________^
I'm also hoping I get Trick-or-Treaters this year. (Yes, I'm doing the lame option, staying home, handing out candy.) It'll be the first time I'm in an actual neighborhood in an actual house, so I'm looking forward to it.