I had a wonderful weekend! I spent Friday and Saturday with a belly dancer friend and her roommate and my writer. I love the kind of town where you are allowed to express your own personal style freely. I mostly had my dance clothes with me and when the girls suggested we walk Massachusetts Street, I had to wear my sparkly mesh dance pants. Funny thing, no one snarked. In fact, several people commented positively.
I found an awesome pair of shoes and a new skirt, and the bonus was talking my writer into wearing them when she went out Saturday afternoon! She looked soo cute in her photo her pal took of her! I was so happy to see her finally relax for a few hours, laugh, joke, and just BE. No deadlines, no worries, no crises to avert, and nothing negative to focus on. Seeing her strut down the street in that cute skirt, fun top, and killer heels was priceless. She still hasn’t seemed to notice the pancake-sized blisters she got from all those hours walking in heels.
I managed to find a nice snack of drunk frat boys in the park. Lucky for me, they have a couple of different parks within walking distance and an abundance of late-night snacks readily available for me. American, Asian, Hispanic, Mediterranean, or any other flavor I desire is right there. I was polite, and did not play with my food.I was very tempted to a couple of times, though.
Today, my writer has taken it easy, lounging around and getting some sleep. She is exited that her werewolf book is coming out soon and the proof will be here by Tuesday. I can’t wait for her to finish with the ‘wolf folk. We have a lot of work to do on my end for my tales to finally be told.
Ah, the sun is setting and I am getting hungry. Time to go have a vampire-style TV dinner and see if I can coordinate things to get my husband home soon. from his business trip. Even after over a- well after all our married years, I am still not quite used to him being gone so much. Well I hope all of my darlings had as wonderful a weekend as mine, or better. May you all have a fortunate and happy week. Until next time, little ones.