It also was more even - the most in any round was, I believe, 11 people. I also ran the same number of rounds as Sunday - 7 - though I closed down almost precisely at 1:00.
I was going to run another, but everybody went home. Oh well.
We had a new couple show up - Ashley and Ben. Dianna and Will showed back up, and of all things, Effie made an appearance. trivialt showed up for more punishment as well.
Which he took with, well, some equanimity. Though I honestly think that's the first time anyone's given me a noogie.
Oh, and a girl named Crystal from Gay Melrose. She seemed to have a good time, and talked about coming back.
My song selections were, well, OK. They certainly were good for amusement value, at least if you don't mind the occasional noogie. On the other hand, last night was the first time in a while that I've had to try four songs in a row before getting one accepted.
I dropped off Heather, had some supper at Carrows, and headed home.
Where I've been relatively unproductive ever since. OK, I've done a couple of things - but not much. Around 8:00, I headed out, bought a couple of things, and then dropped by the Cheesecake Factory for dinner. In some ways I didn't want to go there, but that's where I drove, anyway, and as I dithered about other food possibilities, that's where I walked. I must say, I now see why misswong77 gets the luau salad all the time - it's pretty good.
I was probably there mostly for the WiFi, in which I was pretty much thwarted. I had a different table, where I could only get a connection every few minutes or so. It was stable enough until I paid for the connection, and then went flakey as hell. At least I know they have their priorities straight.
I didn't feel like coming straight home, so I drove the great circle home through Milpitas.
And now I'm back, and most likely about to continue to use my amazing powers of procrastination.