Saturday, December 13, 2008

Overdose of the Good

Last night I spent a few hours sipping wine and talking about art and dogs with friends. Oh and eating home made cinnamon chocolate torte. Then I got a ride home, which is like New York City gold.

I spent all day taking photos of a very funny friend. Plus we went to a museum to do it (one more thing down from the 108 in 2008!). We also went outside in the freezingly cold weather. Then his family showed up and there was sushi and cookies and cocoa. To top it all off he then played great music for an hour while I danced with his kid. Icing on the cake was getting a ride home (see above).

Already seems like too much of a good thing, right?

Yet, I need to go to sleep soon and shake off this skull crushing headache because tomorrow at noon all sorts of friends show up here for a pot luck brunch. I hope you're having as good a weekend as I am. Word from up north is that power is coming back on. My people seem to have forward motion on the infrastructure problems but no resolution quite yet. Fingers crossed for something to happen soon. Very soon.


  1. Anonymous10:19 PM

    HAve a great weekend. It seems that it's already under way. HAve fun, be careful out there. Thanks for the updates. Hope the NH family is getting out from under. Tell Mom to stay away from trees..really.

  2. Sounds like a great day... Yay! Good luck with the brunch!
    All my best to everyone up here who isn't as lucky as we have been.

  3. All love and light to your friends up North... we went through that this time last year when the huge wave of ice came through here and it does indeed suck. So scary!
    Glad to see you are having such a great weekend!

  4. Cinnamon chocolate torte? Ohhh.

    I hope your weekend continues to be fabulous!

  5. sounds like a lovely day. Hope your power comes back - my son is in Brooklyn, too, I wonder how he is?

    I love the idea of you dancing with your friend's kid while he played music.

  6. Sorry we couldn't make the brunch yesterday. Thanks for coming out on Fri in the freezing cold (I still can't believe you walked all that way)