Mmmm, fiddle.

Went to see Enter the Haggis with greymutt this evening. (OK, yesterday evening. How’d it get so damn late?) and we had an absolutely awesome time. Here’s a sample (though obviously not from tonight’s show):

I love celtic rock. There’s just something about a fiddle and pipes and an electric guitar that just makes me really really happy. Today, I was really really happy.


When the hardest decision that you can conceive of at a given moment is the decision on whether to re-read Dandelion Wine, which you adore, or to re-read The Martian Chronicles, which you adore, while soaking in a hot bath and listening to random music off of iTunes until it’s time to go to bed with the man you adore, you are living a good life.

I am living a good life.

Social circles and other tasks.

So yesterday (meaning Saturday) evening, we went out to dinner at Red Lobster with a friend from high school who I hadn’t seen in four or five years I think. I had an absolutely great time, ate too much, came home and wrote a little, then went to bed.

This morning, we got up relatively early (for us), so that we could go out to lunch with a friend from elementary school who I haven’t seen since June of 2004and her family. Once again I had a ball, and look forward to seeing them again in less than 17 months this time.

Around this, I talked to my folks a couple of times, and was invited out to eat twice by a friend who I see on a regular basis (she’s local). Also did some light shopping and watched the football game and spent five hours filing. (I was a little behind.)

My back is killing me, my sinuses are all screwed up (my fault), and I have eaten waaay too many things over the past two days that contain bell peppers, which apparently now that I’m almost 30, have decided they need to kill me. Despite all that and a tendency to overcaffeinate, I’m really, really happy right now.

I hope you are too.