Columbus Art Festival started today so I went to it with my mom. It was... I don't know kind of disappointing compared to last year. Couldn't hear anyone playing on the stage, seemed to be fewer booths set up, um... oh, and the realization that the only interesting stuff is too expensive to actually buy and the affordable stuff is just prints (most of which are still to expensive to actually be worth it). And I don't need more paintings anyway.
So I could go back there for some of the interestingish food trucks, or... I could do something completely different. Or do nothing. I don't know. It only comes once a year and I don't want to waste going there, but, fuck I don't know. Was the artichoke/polenta thing really that good?
I think part of the reason it was fun last year was because I wasn't really EXPECTING it to be there, so it was the fun of /discovering/ it that made it meaningful to me.
Hot out lately. There seems to be a narrow band of temperatures I find comfortable and this is not it.
It's 5:03 AM and I had a yerba mate for dinner so obviously I'm not asleep.
Apparently another one of the neighborhood cats died back in Lima.
And I want to try drawing with my tablet more but I find the physical act of moving a drawing utensil around to be deeply unpleasant and uncomfortable. I haven't used a pen/pencil for anything more than signing receipts or the occasional piece of paperwork since I got out of college. I'm completely unused to using one now, I guess?
Also found out that nobody seems to do repairs on original XBoxes.
I could stay up till six and go out to panera for breakfast I guess. I haven't done that in awhile. Not so fond of Panera though. Maybe Buckeye Donuts?