Saturday, October 27, 2012

Date with Myself

Despite the smiles on my blog, I’ve been working myself to the bone. I’ve gotten a few hikes in, but my books sit unread and my Netflix unwatched as I work long hours and weekends. Tonight, though, I had tickets for Next to Normal, so I left my computer, enjoyed a pint at the Fox and Goose, and cried my eyes out at the theater.


Jacket, Allen B. Blouse, Sans Souci. Shorts, Arizona (thrifted). Tights, We Love Colors. Shoes, Sole Obsession. Sunglasses, Girl props.

Maybe I should have chosen a lighter show for my first night out, but crying about other peoples’ problems was certainly cathartic! (And at least I didn’t worry my date with my sobbing. Just the strangers next to me.)


9 comments:

Debra said...

The Nut Tree used to have the best restaurant that travelers to Lake Tahoe/Reno would always stop at.
It was a family business that went on for years. It was a tourist destination with shops, a little railroad, bakery with amazing breads etc., an aviary in the restaurant, and huge waiting lines.
Nice to see you visiting familiar places.

Where is Beefy?

Kasmira said...

Beefy is in Cincinnati overseeing the move of our household goods and kitties. He will be out soon!

Adrienne said...

No matter how many times you have done it moving is difficult. So have a few good crying spells now it will soon feel like your home.

Louise Jones said...

Wow love this outfit, the shade of your tights are divine with the blue shorts is just lovely

Junior said...

LOVED "Next to Normal"! The books and Netflix will come. Good to get out and look around!

Lagelle said...

I love how that stripe jacket goes with everything! btw thanx for your comment & visit to my blog <3

Tye
http://www.lagelledailydose.blogspot.com

statechick said...

Are you taking the photos yourself with a tripod?

Kasmira said...

I've been taking my own pics all month!

Unknown said...

I have definitely been that person at Next to Normal, by myself, sobbing next to strangers. Shall we say, that's a perfectly "normal" thing to do? :)