I looked for the Lima Heights Adjacent Podcast on Rachel Berry, but it wasn't up yet.
A few hours later: Mom and I went to K-Mart and Wal-Mart. I also got gasoline for the car. It was a pretty productive trip for me.
A. and I were texting, and I asked if he wanted to call. We talked for about half an hour.
I taped "Sectionals." That was the last episode of Glee that I didn't have at least part of on videotape, since I've been taping the CW reruns. I only have part of "Sexy," but the part I have includes the "you matter" talk.
Later: I'd called J. in the afternoon to say hi. He said he and K. were cleaning their room, but that he'd call me back. He called back after dinner. I told him that I'd gotten a hole in one in mini-golf, though I'd also knocked the ball into the water hazards a few times. He and K. congratulated me on the hole in one. J. said they'd gotten a lot done with getting laundry together and doing dishes.
The Lima Heights Adjacent Podcast folks put up a message that they couldn't put up the podcast of the first of their Glee character discussions due to a family emergency. The first character to be discussed is Rachel Berry. Firesnaps loves Rachel. I will listen to it when it airs. I am looking forward to podcasts on other characters.
I saw that a few people had seen my Tumblr post about "The Musketeers" behind-the-scenes clip "The Seductive Stare."
I think I said this here a few days ago, but my favorite part is Howard Charles saying, "You got to pay for that." I took it as him playing with dialects and code-switching. I am used to hearing African-American Vernacular English around me, so that was what it sounded like to me.