Sunday, May 29, 2005

Spontaneous

Yesterday was a rather strange day. One of our friends got a wild hair and called to see if we wanted to have one, too. Of course we did. That's how we ended up spending the day with her and her brood at Bell's Amusement Park in Tulsa. We finished that up with a late dinner at Casa Bonita.
I'd never been to Bell's. My plan for the day was renovation and cleaning. What fun! Friday we were simply vegetables. Though I did type 3400 words on my Anthology piece. YAY! It's about halfway through. That rather rocked.
Anyway...the phone call around eleven yesterday afternoon put a halt to that. And away we went. It was a great time! We spent twelve hours out of the house. We didn't get home until midnight. And we were ATE-UP! Heh. All well worth it. And then some.
Kids rode the roller coaster, log ride, and all the rides that scare the hell out of me. You know, I used to be so adventurous. Back in the day. Now I need a dramamine. But I did ride the Himalayan. It's that cool, little ride that plays music at a deafening decibel while whipping your ass around in a circle at the speed of light. Bliss. Utter bliss. I was screaming my little head off and acting a fool. Once again...bliss. Utter bliss. My throat's a little sore, but it's a small price.

We're back at it today. The bathroom needs serious renovating help. I'm taking a small break to check the ol' computer and answer e-mails and such. I plan on working on my anthology piece a little later.
It's overcast today. Check out my weather pixie. Isn't she cute? Man, she livens up my little blogging notebook. Have a good weekend and great holiday. I don't know if I'll be on tomorrow or not. Mebbe just to work on my writing, unless the blogging bug bites.
Grins*

2 comments:

Michelle said...

I used to be terrified of roller coasters, but I've gotten better about them as I've grown older. I like the ones where I'm firmly strapped in. Then I can scream my head off. :)

chryscat said...

Roller coasters ARE a great release. When I scream here at the house, it's just not the same. :)~~
Grins*