Dec. 5th, 2010 10:32 am
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I went to a friend's birthday party last night. It was pretty OK. Most of the folks there were from my regular happy hour crowd. We didn't drink nearly enough, I don't think. Adam had got two small kegs (quarters or sixths, can't remember). Way too much beer for the crowd he had. But better too much than too little, I guess, and he invited folks to come over and watch football today, so more will get drunk. I did my part, anyway, though I drank far below my capacity because I drove. Damn saturday bus schedules.

So, like I said, the party was OK. I am friends (or at least acquaintances) with most folks there. Unfortunately a large number of the folks there had known each other for much longer. Most had gone to UVA together, so there was a lot of talk about old times that I hadn't been around for because I went to W&M. But it was a good party. I chatted with some folks, but wasn't a social butterfly by any means. A few folks that from the group who I am closer to, weren't there. I probably would've been more talkative if they had been. The gift I brought (whiskey) was appreciated and will likely be consumed at the annual whiskey party in a few months.

Good Saturday night, all things considered. I am going to brunch DC today with a friend I see entirely too rarely. I'm looking forward to it.
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