Around 1pm on Saturday, the lobsters (from Maine, of course) were delivered, still alive & kicking. Well, I didn't actually ask if they were kicking when they arrived, but they were certainly alive. The folks & I arrived at the doin's around 6:40pm (we'd've been there sooner if I'd not made a wrong turn - whoops!) There was lots of stuff to eat, including one of those chocolate fondue fountains. Those are fun! And my favorite dipping item was bananas. (They also had strawberry, marshmallows, donut holes, and grapes.) There were plenty of things to eat for those who weren't fans of lobster (dad). Mom & I, however, each had a nice BIG lobster. They were good and I did a really good job of getting the meat out. It's all due to the fabulous tutoring that I've received from hergrace. :-)
Some of the folks that judiang and I traveled to Italy with were there, and it was fun to reminisce. Lots of conversation was going on - there were probably 30 or more people there - I didn't bother counting. The three of us had a nice time - catching up with former co-workers, talking to spouses we don't usually get to see, and even chatting with folks we hardly ever get to see at school. It's really nice having co-workers that know how to have a good time (and are willing to have Saturday deliveries of overnighted live lobster - heh).
In other news, earlier that day, I purchased 2 more DVD sets (both complete series, thankfully). The first was The Flash, a TV show that I loved when it was on. The folks gave me dough for my birthday, so I purchased it with that. The other series was Alien Nation, another show that I loved so it died. *sigh* I'm looking forward to watching them both and watched the pilot episode of The Flash tonight. Mucho fun!