Kaz (kazbaby) wrote,

Thank Gawd it's Friday.

Last night on my 2nd bus the sweet lady to whom I've been chatting with during our ride from Seattle to Tacoma gave me a present since my schedule changes next week and we won't get to see one another unless I end up working late.

The present was a little velvet draw string bag that two rocks, one was Ocean Jasper and the other was (for the life of me I can't remember what she called it) a mixture of Amethyst and Citrine. But she said the Ocean Jasper was to help me continue being inspired creatively. The other is to help keep away negative energy and draw positive to me.

This has to be one of the nicest presents I've ever gotten.

When we got to my stop, we hugged and said goodbye after exchanging phone numbers and emails.

This reminds me that I've been meaning to post about this for folks in the Seattle area. On Nov. 2-10 the Olympia Film Festival is taking place. I was going to go check it out if I wasn't going to be in Burbank so I could see Raiders of the Lost Arc: The Adaption (one of the many films being shown). It's a short film that was done by a couple kids over the course of a few years and matches the movie scene for scene. It's only allowed to play once in a great while with permission by Spielberg. So if you get a chance go check it out!
Tags: film festival, friends, west coast newbie

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