Homer had a little Easter Eggy decoration get-together tonight. Ray and I made the trip down to Tucson to join in the fun. As usual, Homer had several creative fun loving people there.
Ray and I chatted, ate yummy food (there’s this rage-inducing lemon meringue thing going on) and enjoyed the good company.
Homer went to the trouble of hiding a ton of those little plastic eggs in his yard. We had an Easter egg hunt! In the rain. OK, so it wasn’t really rainy but it was drizzly. I’m such a whimp with the cooler weather.
One of my little plastic eggs had a number in it. It was kind of like a lottery. I won a kiddie fishing pole! It was made in China. Better not suck on the little plastic peices. I could get lead poisoning.
Homer always has such fun parties and he’s a great host. It was well worth the trip there–with the exception that it was totally snowing most of the way home. Traffic on I-10 slowed down to a crawl. That sucked–especially ’cause I was driving.
I had forgotten that Easter was around the corner. I guess it’s because my mind is focused on the play and my project at work. Ray has been a very good sport reading lines with me. I hope I don’t fuck up my lines. I hope I don’t fuck up the website. I hope I don’t…I need to calm down or I’ll never sleep until next July.
The ultimate highlight of the party was getting to see Jimbo in person again. He’s here visiting Homer. I met Jimbo online and he e-troduced (I couldn’t resist) me to Homer. Jimbo got me interested in blogging and then after reading Homer’s blog, I decided to try it myself. They’re my blogspiration. Really.
I heart Jimbo and Homer. Ray and I are glad to know them. Jimbo makes me laugh because he’s a total 80’s music geek like me. I feel like the bee girl when I read how much he loves Duran Duran and Xanadu.
It’s great to be home after driving 90 miles in the snow. I’m going to bed!