Sunday, I slept until 9:00, then watched Star Trek re-runs until 10:45, at which point I got ready for Open House. Once at Open House, I met up with Joe and went on the amazing quest for food. After getting cookies in Rm. 200, and being rejected in the Cafeteria, Joe used his l33t Spanish skills to find the pizza in Rm. 33. After eating our fill, we played with the Marching Band, which was okay. Nothing extraordinary. After that, I had to play with the Stage Band, which got a bit tiring near the end. Let's just say I was about done for the day. It was kinda cool that Rob and Adam sat in with us. The Marching Band geeks can do anything.
After that, I went to St. Helen for a Team meeting, where I was to give my witness. It didn't really go as well as I'd hoped. First of all, I was really freaked out, and the weird echoing in that room that day didn't help. Then, it went really short, and the content could use some help. Thankfully, I got a bunch of good ideas from the rest of the team that I can incorporate before the Retreat. Speaking of that, YOU ARE ALL GOING ON RETREAT, AREN'T YOU!!!??? I thought so. I need those forms I gave you by Saturday at the latest. Don't worry, I'll pester you all week.
Today, we were supposed to bring bottled water for chemistry. As usual, Joe and I forgot, and ran down to the pop machine before class to buy it. "Todd, why are there bubbles in your water?" "Maybe because it's still cold."
I came home and played lots of DDR (I'm becoming addicted to that game). Then I went to the Edge, where I got to play guitar with Steve and Eric, which was really cool. Steve was talking about doing it again for another night. Finally, people who want to play with me!