January 25th, 2006


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Slush when I looked out the window, which did not please me. Walking to the train it was wet snow, though, so that was okay. And yesterday the streets I walk to the train were almost all plowed (which made me very glad), so I actually didn't die this morning. Going over the Charles it was foggy/cloudy so the tall buildings were largely obscured, but when I got to Harvard it was basically not precipitating (though when I got to campus the trees dripped) and the sky was even clearing.

I was gonna buy a ticket for a weekday showing of Les Liaisons Dangereuses for next week, but I got a Huntington e-mail including
Out & About Club: Wed., Jan. 25

Get out and meet other GLBT theatregoers at the Huntington's Out & About Club!

Mingle at a pre-show cocktail reception at Top of the Hub, enjoy a performance of Les Liaisons Dangereuses, then join us after the show for a special backstage costume tour!

Wednesday, January 25
Reception at 6:30pm
Top of the Hub
Located on the 52nd floor of the
Prudential Building
800 Boylston Street, Boston

Performance at 7:30pm
B.U. Theatre
so now I'm conflicted. My instinct is always to be asocial, but I'm usually glad I did it when I actually go be social. weather.com still says it's supposed to precipitate all day, which is also a factor. Their ticket office doesn't open until 1 anyway, so I've got some time. Thoughts from the peanut gallery?