Today is Thursday...but it's technically my Friday, as I'm taking tomorrow off.
"But Nej, you just got back from vacation and taking days off...what are you doing??"
Why dear friends, I'm going to a wedding. And not just any wedding...but my friend Robin's wedding. And I'm the maid of honor.
Her and Aaric (Switch) have finally decided to tie the knot officially....after living in sin for...how many years is it now?? I forget. 4, 5...something like that.
They're doing a small justice of the peace wedding tomorrow afternoon. Tomorrow morning we're spending the morning at the salon getting her hair cut and our nails done. The boys are going golfing, as long as the weather holds out.
Until today, there was a 0% chance of rain. Today it says 60%.
I want to be a meteorologist. What a sweet gig. As far as I"m concerned, the chance of rain, snow and sleet any day of the week is 50%. It either will or won't. And they get paid some serious bucks to tell us that!
OK, OK.....so maybe there's a little science to it? A little....but I swear, not much. At least, not in the midwest. We all should (and many do) carry in our trunks at all time.....a pair of winter boots, umbrella, flip flops, gloves, and numerous jackets in varying degrees of warmth.
We should always carry a shovel (for snow or mud), a snorkel (for flooding), and an ice scraper (for snow or mud) at all times.
Anyway, back to the wedding.
After the ceremony, we're going out to eat. I mean, isn't that pretty much what people in Omaha do....eat????
I don't know if the statistics are the same now...but it used to be Omaha had the most food establishments, per capita, of any city in the US.
I really should have called this post Random Thoughts Thursday. I'm having a hard time staying on track. :-)
I'm going to schedule this post to post at 5:05....want to know why? Because Robin reads my blog, and we're throwing here a bridal shower here, immediately after everyone gets off at 5:00. As far as I know, she has no clue.
Well, I'd better head out....I have some decorating to do. :-)