From ERs, it seems, even
When I am at home.
Evidently, I should listen to my gut. A while ago, Venus asked me to arrange a caving trip for her and a couple of her friends, girls I had known from when I was still in high school. Based on who they were, I was a little hesitant to take them on a trip; they had been rather girly when I had known them before. I was assured that things would be fine, and I decided that I could take them through the wimpiest cave I knew. Little did I know that it wasn't wimpy enough. On walking through a stream, one of her friends ran her face into a wall and started bleeding. We went to the ER. The cut was only 1.5cm long, so it didn't even require stitches, but she got it glued (?) shut.
In other news, I am home for Spring Break! The Arkansas plans got nixed, but Robbie and I are going to go with my parents and sister to the Carolinas/Virginias/Washington. It should be a fun time. :) I've been enjoying relaxing, though. I watched a couple pretty sweet movies: Idiocracy and I'm a Cyborg, But That's Okay. The first was sort of depressing in its humour, but it was definitely hilarious. The second was an interesting imported movie from Korea that was on our On-Demand channel. The bunny guy was so sweet. I think I need a Rice-Megatron, though: I may be a cyborg.
What else.... oh, Robbie, Venus, and I went hiking today and ran into Mr. Nay. That was pretty random. Amusingly, it was at Hesitation Point (in Brown County State Park).
And happy Pi Day! Well, it was yesterday, and I missed out on the pie, but I still feel that the well-wishings are valid. ;)