Post-Samhain

I’m really loving being off work. :) Last night was fun, although we didn’t go out. Seemed a bit lame to go out in the village where we live, and we weren’t up for driving to Nottingham or Derby or Manchester and then driving home again late. We played dressup, had a lot of fun doing it, didn’t have any trick or treaters, and watched a video and drank a bottle of wine. Low-key, but nice. Playing afterwards was very nice. ;)

My costume? Mutton dressed as lamb, of course. lol…Patsy, move over!

The thing with the horse has turned rather weird. We saw the horse, just before dark on Thursday. Said I’d come back on Saturday to ride her, which was fine with the lady. Then we get a text on Friday, saying that they’re going to take her to the Melton sales on Saturday. wtf? Meaning what, call back and buy her by phone that night? I don’t think so. Texted back saying something to that effect, and we haven’t heard from them since. Very odd – she seemed like a nice, genuine lady, as well. Go figure.

Anyway, I hear a bottle of wine and a good book calling. Hope you all had a wonderful holiday.



13 thoughts on “Post-Samhain”

  • I just love those boots you have on they are fantastic. Plus I would not have said mutton dressed as lamb you look wonderful. Enjoy your wine and book.

  • After these shots, I prefer mutton over lamb anyday.

    Whats the wierd lights thing?

    Your bloke looks like Julian Clary:)

    Enjoy your bottle of vin.

  • Awww…you are all very kind. *liars!* lol… It was fun; I love dressing up. I miss all the costumes I used to use for my photography, especially the brocade pirates’ coat. :) I never want to stop feeling like a kid.

    As for Julian Clary…I quite like Julian Clary. :) Phil is one of the few guys that I’ve ever known who could dress up like this, and not feel un-masculine. I appreciate that. He couldn’t believe that I posted the pic, tho!

  • The lights were taken through the windshield during the trip to go and look at the horse…very dark and wet by the time we got home. Long day. The little orange guy is Phil’s dashboard companion. I should have posted explanations, but by the time I posted these, I was too tired to bother.

  • ‘mutton’ is preferable to ‘lamb’ in my mind anyway … youth is wated on the young; they do not know how to appreciate it enough (as we didn’t when we were young too, probably)

  • ‘mutton’ is preferable to ‘lamb’ in my mind anyway … youth is wated on the young; they do not know how to appreciate it enough (as we didn’t when we were young too, probably)

  • Argh.. most of the pictures are being pushed behind the nav stuff on the right :(

    What I can see looks delicious.. er I mean very very nice..

    *sighs*

  • I agree. ;) I think I’m a much better and more interesting person now, certainly. Although I do miss things like being able to stay up all night partying and still be bright at work the next day, and also having a metabolism that could wolf down a chocolate cake and laugh as it burned it off…but everything’s a tradeoff, isn’t it?

  • “stay up all night partying and still be bright at work the next day”

    can still manage that one (!) but agree with you that I am almsot certainly much more interesting now than I was then aswell

  • “stay up all night partying and still be bright at work the next day”

    can still manage that one (!) but agree with you that I am almsot certainly much more interesting now than I was then aswell

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