And then as our FHE activity, we got to go to the nickel arcade and play the American version of DDR. Either it was way more strenuous, or we're really out of shape. But! They had Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo! But sadly, the sound was turned way down, so we didn't get to hear Hoshi-san's beautiful voice. Ah well; we'll just have to pull out the home version.
And then one of the guys there gave us a five-gallon tub of ice cream. Not sure why. It was there, for refreshments or an activity or something, and we're like, "Ooohh, ice cream... Too exhausted to eat..." So the guy said, "You can take it home if you want." And we're like, "Really?" And he's like, "Yeah." And we're still like, "Really?" But we took it anyway. And now it is ours, and if they want it back they'll have to come take it away!
But we won't put up much of a fight, because it's just vanilla. Still, it's good for the soul.
So tonight we're very thankful for people giving us ice cream, DDR and its other incarnations, people letting us cry, extra printers, and Yamino's image song.