Nearly back to normal.  

hot2trot696969 53M/53F
602 posts
5/9/2006 9:50 pm
Nearly back to normal.

I know that a lot of people would say, no way, she'll never be normal. That's okay, I still have fun even if I'm a neurotic female that has way too sensitive or romantic sense about her. I like me most of the time, you don't have too. (You can join my other friends in that respect. LOL.)

My leg is so much improved unless I forget and use it as a leading leg when I'm stepping down, then I feel it a bit, but should be okay for dancing by the end of the week. I am so looking forward to this next week. I'm been down in the dumps for some time and I'm looking forward to acting normal again. LOL.

Eva and I are going to Goodwill tomorrow and buy some dresses for play. My ex friend mentioned that she and a play friend had done this and let the men rip them off. It sounds like fun so we're going to try it and see. Maybe let them start on the dance floor. They have a country dance contest as well as normal country dancing so we will be taking some cowgirl outfits and boots! I think they have something like eleven bars, a 24 hour buffet, several quick food places as well as a casino where we can lose our money if we want. And we have a outside suite reserved for us. (Bob is such a dear.) We're going to send our toys in the checked luggage so shouldn't be too big a problem.

One thing about groups that Bob mentioned. When you find some couples that you would like to play with be sure to feel them out about playing with others as well as you. That doesn't sound quite right. An example, a couple found (after nearly a year) another couple that they felt would be the ones they had been looking for. And would be happy to play with them on a regular basis. And then they found another couple within a couple of weeks that they also liked. I mentioned that they should check and see if the two couples would like to form a group. Before they could do so one or the other found out that they were playing with others instead of just them and the **** hit the fan. So be careful, treat your friends as you would like to be treated. It hurts to find out that people that you think are friends are not friends after all.

I'm listening to "The Romantic Moods of Jackie Gleason" and feeling warm and fuzzy for a welcome change.


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