J. helped me look at CDs, and pointed out one of Erasure hits, and also the soundtrack for The Crow. I got those. When we got home, J. did a family share thing, and I got music of his.
We had dinner from Capriotti's, a place that sells various hoagies (sub sandwiches). We got an enormous "bobbie" -- I have no idea why it's called that -- which has turkey, cranberry sauce and stuffing in the roll. I had had cereal when I got up, and then a sandwich a little later, so I only had a bit of the bobbie.
J. and K. called it a day shortly after dinner, and I gratefully retreated upstairs.
Later: I read Sarah Black's Idaho Pride, which had much more going on than a romance. It covered the topics of violence, the closet, suicide, and self-acceptance. It didn't hit the reader over the head with the messages, but it took a thoughtful look at those things while telling an interesting story. I read it through twice.