I wrote last week that my posts may be sparse in the next month or so, due to the many weekend activities, plus, I need a little breather. I hosted Gail as she took her artwork down the road to a show in Abilene. Along with a friend, I helped her there on Saturday. The rest of the weekend was filled with Gail-time, which never fails to entertain. This weekend was no different.
Wanting to add her own contribution to the blog posts–however short and sweet, she wrote this for me in my hiatus. Gail takes fun wherever she goes, as this post shows.
Kathleen didn’t write this time, but I decided to. Yes, it was a busy weekend; but no matter how much work I have to do, I always make time for fun. There really wasn’t much time for writing, what with the show all day, then coming back to her house with our friend for an evening of cooking and eating lasagna, which turned into a night of story-telling and laughter with her husband and son, perhaps a few drags on a cigar, dancing, and practicing on each other with a taser–it’s best to know how to use that thing before you actually have to. (Kathleen didn’t partake of the last three.)
She turned in early–like she always does–so she missed the 11:00 p.m. ACDC concert on DVD in the basement two floors below her. She said she heard it loud and clear.
Fun was had by all, which, after all, is what it’s really all about.
Take care and make sure to have some fun of your own. –Gail
Thank you, Gail. You’re an amazingly talented artist with your tin and wood, as well as your words. Your ability to share fun and laugher is perhaps your highest art form.–Kathleen