We took part too. I was going out with the girls I lived with in university and we had to try to get ready before hand and then played some cards and then went back to getting ready again at 9. I think it was a great idea. A lot of people keep saying "well, how much power would that really save?" and it's actually A LOT, but one of the most important aspects is that it creates awareness and gets people to think about turning the lights off.
OTN: Corona, Miter square blanket, Charity blankets
FO: Forest Canopy Shawl, Easy Baby Bootees, Kitty Pi, Ms. Marigold, Twinkle Toes, Josh's socks, Hedera socks, Spring Beret, Ashley's Birthday socks, Socks for the DBF's mom, grey socks for the DBF, my first socks, reversible cable scarf, ribbed hat for the BF, Manos Del Uruguay afghan, and a whole bunch of dishcloths!