To all my Bay Area peeps, two chances to catch The Whoreshoes this weekend! Info on their site: Saturday night will be great at the 12 Galaxies, and I’ll be at the Sunday afternoon show at the Ivy Room in Berkeley. I’ll be knitting, of course, so come sit by me and watch the gals kick up their boots! It’s a good show, yo.
Well, I’m much better now. I must say, going home yesterday morning from work, curling up on the couch with a glass of wine, and flipping my TiVo to The Apprentice, Martha-Stewart-style, did wonders for my mood. Oh, my god, that show is so BAD, and therefore, so GOOD. She’s so trying to be the anti-Trump, and she’s almost pulling it off. Her creepy sweetness prevents her from getting away with it, though. I love it. Instead of saying, "You’re FIRED," she says, "You’ll have to go home." She writes a handwritten note of encouragement after the releasing. She smiles a lot.
I’ve never really been a Martha fan, but ever since the scandal I’m way more on her side. She’s interesting to me now, whereas before she was just too tasteful for garage-sale-me. So that was nice.
Also nice was waking up and meeting La for a little yarn therapy. There’s a baby being born soon who will need a cushy warm sweater, and isn’t that a fine excuse to go to the yarn store? After all, I have NO yarn. Nope. None at all. In the tub. Right now. That’s the truth.
So I’m pretty much over the loss of the house that wasn’t ours. It certainly is the right way to go, though, this whole fall-in-love, make offer next day, counter the next, lose it the next. None of those weeks of wondering and hoping. Now we can do it right, the way we’d planned, take our time, sell the condo if possible, and then buy a house with a little teeny cushion underneath us.
Tonight is my last night of work at this job! Hooray! It’s been great, but the climate is changing, and I’m getting out while the getting’s good. I’ve been stationary for a while now, and I’m looking forward to motion and learning. I need a new challenge. Yup.
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