1. After the disappointment of Dark Lord Day, we had people over to taste what we had initially planned to open in line and during the shares. Opening BCBS Rare was probably excessive for a random Saturday night, but hey, you only live once. It's getting better, but probably still needs another year to mellow.
2. All you can eat sushi is always the right call. We went this week and randomly pulled together another four people to join us in the adventure. More people = more sushi options. I love me my sweet potato rolls. We also found a place that's BYOB, so even better.
3. I'm excited to share that following my bone marrow donation, my uncle's cancer is now in remission. On Monday, he'll go home for the first time in eight months, or roughly half the total time his twins have been alive. It's pretty incredible that a minor inconvenience in my life has potentially made the difference between seeing his kids go to school and not making it to their second birthdays. If you've ever considered joining the registry, I'd encourage you to do so. Only one in 540 people go on to donate, but you never know whose life you might save.