Happy late Beltane to all you folks out there who, you know, appreciate such salutations. Unlike some people that I’ve recently been speaking to, I did nothing to celebrate my favourite holiday other than spend part of it with A_____. And no, it wasn’t spent doing that! Pervert! Instead we played video games with her younger sister, grabbed some food, and then curled up to watch “The Whole Nine Yards.” All in all, very low key. There’s a reason though. Those of you who have been reading for a while know the story of me coming home this time last year, and the fact that I missed seeing my granddad one more time by just a single day. Well, that really was a year ago yesterday that he died, so celebrating the holiday of fertility and love seemed a bit perverse, you know?
There’s really not that much more to be said at this exact moment. I’ve got a really busy week ahead of me, but as long as it doesn’t involve me spending too much money that I don’t have, I’m OK with that! I do want to say congratulations to and however. These two radical feminists (in the nicest possible way) apparently have done something I could NEVER manage to do, which is win something off of the radio. They’re both pretty much ready to pee themselves in excitement over the fact that they got tickets to a very private concert with Imogen Heap (if you don’t know who that is, that’s OK. It means you’re neither a radical feminist nor a hippy. Good for you!). So yay for them and I hope they have a grand ol’ time!
Take care everyone,
P.S. To those of you who care and in the interest of not gaining too many enemies, please allow me to point out that Imogen Heap is not actually a super militant feminist (read “wymynist”) singer/songwriter like, say, Ani DiFranco (and that statement will also earn me enemies, but whatever). I just mean that for some reason the fans of said Heap tend to follow a trend, at least when I was in Glasgow. I can’t really comment for here . . . I just like giving these two girls a really hard time. Because they’re easy targets! 😉 You know you love me, ladies!