This weekend has been crazy hectic and full of fun! With New Year’s Eve on a Sunday night, we’ve made this a four day weekend of parties and great food with friends all over town!
The whole year is almost behind us. I’ve had some good times and some troubled times, but mostly good, considering. I think the best part was a couple of the concerts that I was able to attend, including my favorite jazz musician, Boney James. Boney plays the saxophone like nobody else and he is SOOOOOO sexy! I really loved that show!
Anyway, I’ve got to run out to a party tonight and then we are all going dowtown tomorrow night for the big New Year’s Eve bash and to welcome in 2018. So you soon!
My boyfriend and I were talking about groundhog day, and how it is fast approaching. I think the entire concept of groundhog day is a little bit silly – waking up a poor hibernating critter to see if it sees its shadow or not is just plain silly. If it’s sunny out, of course it is going to see its shadow (if it looks!) Just let the poor thing sleep for crying out loud! I mean they say if he sees his shadow, it’s six more weeks of winter, if he doesn’t, then we’ll have spring in six weeks. Well, what is the difference? Six of one, half a dozen of the other. It makes no sense at all to me, really!
I have been invited to a real fancy New Year’s bash, a bit last minute mind you, but that’s OK. I’m just glad that I have a few nice evening dresses to choose from that I can wear that will keep me warm in these cold nights that we are experiencing. I wouldn’t want to freeze my fanny off on such a big night that I’m so looking forward to. My wardrobe isn’t all that extensive when it comes to evening wear. I have a few old prom dresses left in the back of my closet, lord knows how long they will be stuck back there before seeing any daylight again!
I usually don’t go out on New Year’s eve. The thought of being out there with so many folks that have been partying and drinking for hours on end is a bit disturbing and has kept me home most New Year’s celebrations, and most people that I know are well aware of my thoughts on this. But……..an old friend, out of the blue, called me up and it just sounds like too much fun to say no to. So we will see how it all pans out and I hope that everyone of my readers out there have a fun and safe New Years!
Well, our country’s birthday just passed. It was not particularly spectacular for me. I guess I was disappointed in our parade down Main Street. It seemed a bit too short; there were no marching bands or baton twirlers (like there were in the fireman’s parade around Memorial Day – that parade lasted for 2 hours!) and it seemed like it was mostly for the political venue.
I remember celebrating the 4th of July back when I was a child. It seemed bigger, better somehow. But then again, things you remember from your childhood always do seem that way, at least for me. I remember the fireworks and how big and beautiful they were and how long the show seemed to go on, and then there was the big family cookout. But, as we grow up, I guess reality sets in a bit and things just aren’t the same. The wonder of childhood is gone.
But, my niece did come to visit and she is in the military and stationed about 5 hours from here. It was so good to see her and spend some time with her. This will probably be my last chance to see her before Christmas because next month she is being transferred to Florida and will not be able to just drive up to see me any time she wants to. So, that part of the holiday was great!!!!
I went onto YouTube to try to find something related to St. Patrick’s Day and found this funny video. I’ve never heard of the RubberBandits before, but they certainly were funny on this video! Hope you enjoy this video too, and have a Happy St. Patrick’s Day!