Sabot L'ours (sabotlours) wrote,
Sabot L'ours

The Pink Weekend

Saturday was Kitty's birthday so we celebrated with lunch at a soup & salad place followed by vegetable shopping. Squash was on sale so I picked up some spaghetti, acorn, and butternut. It's cookin' time! After that we hit up Target so Kitty could find some socks now that she's starting to walk a bit on her bad foot. She also headed off to the ladies' sleepware department because they tend to get in animal-themed sleepers around this time of year. Score! There was a sparkly pink unicorn kigu that she dared me to wear at a con. Nigga pleaz! I thought she would know me better by now! The better bet would be to have me NOT wear a sparkly pink unicorn kigu at a con. She picked up a nice tiger kigu for herself. It was then time to head on home to prepare for her birthday party. I'd say we had about 2 dozen folks show up. I cooked up a Costco lasagna, an eggplant Parmesan, a nice big salad, and a spaghetti squash. A friend baked Kitty a tasty sugar-free cake. At one point Kitty mentioned the pink kigu and it was demanded that I don it for the party. You don't have to ask me twice! It was a nice time. Scritch brought over some devil whiskey, but I was good and didn't partake until the party was winding down.

Sunday was a typical "day after" day. I got the house re-squared away and watched Da Bears lose a heartbreaker. The "pink" theme then continued by going to see the musical "A Christmas Story" which everyone knows has the famous pink bunny sleeper. I thought about wearing mine, but that idea was shot down *lol* The musical was nice in that it started to actually get me in the holiday spirit. As a musical it was just ok. Unlike "The Book of Mormon" there were no memorable songs. The sets were lovely, however, and the child actors were VERY talented. Perhaps there were more kids at the matinee, but the crowd was most adults at the evening show.
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