Tsuki, actually, was amazingly sociable, for her. Hoshi only ducked her head down to see past the railing and then went and hid under the bed, but Tsuki actually came down to investigate stuff. She didn't let people touch her, but she did come down and slink around under the chairs and tables, and hopped in my lap at one point. Eventually she got into sensory-overload mode, and was cowering behind the TV and speakers, wanting to get back upstairs but afraid to cross the room again with so many people in the way. I extracted her and carried her over the stairs, and she scampered away.
Between that, and Hoshi letting plymouth actually pet her a bit last weekend, maybe there's hope for them becoming somewhat friendly to people-who-are-not-me, someday...
Today I went over to the laundromat at 7am, then went into work for a while. I brought my laptop home to work on a script. Which I should actually go do, but I stopped to check email and LJ. On the way home, I picked up my glasses frames, which are even better than I thought they were going to be. I love the detailing on the part of the arms up near the frames, and the horn portion for the back of the arms is nice too. And they fit perfectly; I tried shaking my head around to see if I could dislodge them, and they didn't budge. Yay!
The optometrist doing the lenses is closed today, will be open on Monday. I'll try to get a pic taken and posted before I take the frames in to have the lenses made and fitted (which will likely take another week or two *sigh*).