Coven: We celebrated Cary's birthday at the Hollywood Vietnamese/Chinese Restaurant on Montrose. The food was excellen, and so was their dessert list--two full pages of desserts, the chocolate page and the non-chocolate page. I indulged in a yummy, creamy thing called a Beethoven--and yes, I would have happily sung "Ode to Joy" over it, it was so delicious.
There were ten of us there, and we had a lovely time eating Vietnamese food and chatting. Cary got a calligraphy pen set and inks, which should be very useful to her in the SCA. I presume they'll start asking her to do up awards and so forth.
She received a couple of necklaces, and I gave her a lavender reed diffuser. I love those things, and they work surprisingly well. I might bring one to my office.
Nova Roma: The Comitia Centuriata election is over. Yea! I've turned in my final tally, and it's now up to the custodes to break the ties in each century and announce a final result.
Writing: I can now go back to working on "Resistance" and other projets. Hurray! I hear The Archon of Gloucester calling my name.
I need to wash my hair, tonight.