The party was fun, though; it got started around eight, but R and I were lounging around the living room watching a Disney Channel movie (and reveling in the fact that we'd each found someone else who likes that channel. "That's not Brittany Murphy, is it?" "No - it's that girl from Phil of the Future." "Oh yeah, her." "...That's so cool that you know what I'm talking about!") so we didn't get there till ten or so. The vast majority of the people there were German students studying pharmacy, so R and I grabbed an Indian guy and a couple of American girls we met and made a 'non-German non-pharmaceutical' area. It was weird, because when we stood in the kitchen, it felt just like our own apartment (they're all laid out the same), but then when you turned around, all the furniture was in different places. Anyway, R and I pretty much just clung to each other all night (literally and figuratively... walking got somewhat more challenging later!) but we had a lot of fun. Most of the students in this complex are grad or Ph.D students, and so they have pretty flexible, free schedules. But both of us are so busy - R with massage school, coaching, and working out, me with a 19-credit undergrad schedule, a job, and swimming - that we not only don't get the chance to meet that many people from here, but we don't have a lot of time to hang out with each other, either - just when we plop down in the living room at night. So this was fun.
And apparently F had fun too, because she is still sleeping. Anyone want to place a bet on a wake-up time? :)
Anyway, Apollo 13 is on TV, so I'm going downstairs now. Oh, I love beginning-of-the-semester weekends with no homework obligations! :)