It helped spending a couple of hours reading a book on Wright before the tour -- Wright-Sized Spaces was a really excellent primer on how Wright made small spaces feel big -- very readable and great info for anyone interested in how you design a house to maximize the use of space. I wouldn't want to live in a Wright house, I think, but a lot of his innovations show up in homes I love. Makes me want to build a house myself...'cause y'know, I need another project. :-)
We watched a couple romantic comedies -- not as many as we'd planned, but was fun anyway. License to Wed (which neither of us had seen), Roxanne (which Jed hadn't seen), and The American President (which both of us had seen). I think Roxanne is by far the best movie of the three, though TAP has some very funny lines. Structurally skimpy, though.
Yesterday, we had Ethiopian food for lunch and he headed home -- I ran errands for a few hours, while Melissa watched Kavi. We were rather desperately short of diapers and wipes, somehow, also dog food. All fixed now, and in the process, I ended up buying Easter candy. Not that it's anywhere near Easter yet, but Walgreens doesn't seem to know that. And I do love the jelly beans, egg-shaped chocolates, Peeps, and Cadbury creme eggs (though I can barely finish eating one of the latter, they're so rich). Do you like Easter candy? What's your favorite? :-)