Secondly, almost all of our thoughts have been taken up by one of two subjects. There's the whole thing about a couple of activists facing church discipline that's all over the Mormon blogosphere (I refuse to call it the bloggernacle), which is very thought-provoking, but also very complicated as far as articulating our thoughts on the matter. But since those thoughts leave a lot more room for discussion, we probably think about those more than the other, much more fun, thing, which is our delusions about meeting Masakazu Morita at Anime Expo.
As for the latter, we thought it would be fun to go back and read our report of the last Anime Expo we went to (back in 2009!), for our own reference as far as feeding the delusional daydreams, and I don't know if we're just up on ourselves or overly optimistic or what, but those reports certainly did nothing to ground us. In fact, they probably made things worse, all this, "And this guest of honor totally probably recognized us!" and "And this manager waved!" Seriously.
So actually, I was sort of planning to post about the former thing that's been on our minds, but I'm kind of in the middle of a text message conversation right now, and that makes it impossible to focus on many things, including and especially difficult topics. (Though admittedly, it doesn't help that we have our Koe no Ouji-sama playlist on in the background. We could turn it off, since we've been listening to it for a while, but...)
So instead, I guess I could mention that we called Dad for Father's Day. He said he hopes we have a good day, too, which led very easily into our thing about when people say, "Happy
Today I'm thankful for daydreams, our amusing Anime Expo reports, having frosting for our graham crackers (chocolate and pink lemonade), having plans for an epic adventure with our home teacher (if our big project doesn't hit and smash us to bits), and getting a ride home from church today.