Friday, September 23, 2011

No Sabbatical Tonight

I could say that I'm taking the shortest sabbatical in history and take the night off from blogging,  but I'm afraid that dog won't hunt.
We played our songwriter gig tonight and wrapped up at 10:45 p.m. We said our goodbye's and headed home 30 miles away.
Neither Jilda nor I can eat before we play so by the time we finished tonight, I was so hungry, it was all I could do to keep from munching on the steering wheel on the ride home.
When we arrived home, we jumped into our jammies,  and Jilda pulled together a midnight snack of pita chips, with humus along with a few olives and carrots.
I feel I can make it till morning now. Jilda works tomorrow, and I have a story to finish, but I plan to fly fish in the morning.
I hope you all have a remarkable Friday, and the rest of the weekend.
R

8 comments:

  1. Sounds like a good evening, but late. Have a great time fishing.
    - Joy

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  2. When you do things you love it is all a breeze:)
    Good luck fishing tommorrow:)

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  3. Midnight feasting - yum! Take care
    x

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  4. I made the mistake of eating something late last night and spent the night dreaming I was in a war and firing an old musket only to be rescued by present day army lads and working in the kitchen to make them sandwiches. Never again. (I had no idea I knew how to fire a musket) Sweet dreams.

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  5. Have fun fishing, secure in the knowledge that it's good for you :-)

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  6. Glad to hear you made it home without devouring the steering wheel. Fishing - the best start to any day (according to my hubby).

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  7. Did you at least get a taste of the steering wheel? If so, how was it? Just wondering in case I ever run out of food and money, What should I try eating first?

    Love,
    Lola

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  8. Too late for me. I am in bed by 8, read a half hour and then asleep. We get up at 4 most mornings and like the early to bed time frame. Good thing we don't do any socializing, we would fall asleep. The midnight meal Jilda put together sounds great.

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