There's nothing like ironing pillowcases and singing Gershwin at the top of your lungs! At least, I've heard some people like to do that.
The girls at work like to call Wednesdays "Hump Day," but because I'm four I have trouble saying things like that. So I stick with "Half way through the week!" or "Wednesday."
This is one of those weeks that felt like Monday and Tuesday dragged on forever, but then suddenly it's Wednesday and today it feels like the week is flying by.
I've been listening to a lot of Michael Buble, Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole, and the like and I keep picturing myself dancing around a club in Casablanca with Daniel. Our church meets in the same building where they offer dancing lessons in the middle of the week and I've seriously been considering attending a lesson or two and seeing what I think. I actually got DG to agree to go with me some time...so we might actually do it! About 3 or 4 years ago Daniel told me he was getting me dancing lessons for my birthday...and I'm starting to think he just told me that because he forgot my birthday...
Speaking of dancing, we are going country dancing this weekend. That's not really what I picture when I think of dancing. I'd like to waltz or rhumba or something. But country dancing means you have to listen to country music, which frankly, I don't particularly enjoy. Plus, at most of these country dancing joints they serve two drinks: water and beer. And I don't drink beer.
But Daniel seems excited about going, so I'll go. I guess.
I have to savor every moment this weekend, because next weekend my days all belong to my employer. I'll be in Biloxi at a casino for a freakImean HAIR show. That's always interesting. It will be my first time in a Casino (besides the little ones they have on cruise ships), and it will be the first time I ever remember visiting Mississippi.
I'll take a few pics of the place (although cameras are NOT allowed inside hair shows. Don't ask).
I'm going to go watch a girly movie or something. All by my lonesome.
Peace to you and your household.