Don’t get all excited, it didn’t involve me swinging on it Miley-style and having the whole thing shatter into a pile of broken glass.
No, it involved me, Lonny and Joe driving to Lakewood to pick the damn thing up with a truck and ladder and ropes (and video camera, which is why I was there) and getting stood up.
And the boys (as in my children) were being totally obnoxious while Joe’s daughter was being a perfect angel and suddenly I was wishing I had a girl. This, too, shall pass but I wanted to strangle them.
So there goes today’s post. I did, however, get a little squirrelly yesterday when I realized I had exactly NO PLANS AT ALL for the entire weekend and put out a blast to everyone I know that there would be drinking at my house. If you knew about it and didn’t come (Pamcakes) you missed out.
I don’t have the energy to edit the copious video I took in time to post it, but you’ll see what happens when you get a bunch of pole dancers in one room.
Okay, it might not be quite as exciting as you might think, unless you like watching beautiful people do amazing things.
Anywho, about the most exciting thing that happened today is that APEX got a bouncy floor and it’s right outside the Vertical Fusion doors! Nina and I were freezing our butts off and discovered a new way to warm up.
Then I took her class in the poling outfit I’m wearing for the big party. It’s always a good idea to test drive any outfit you intend to perform in because you don’t know how well it will hold up. Despite what you might think, I’m really not down with wardrobe malfunctions.
I mean, I’ll gladly humiliate myself for my friends’ enjoyment but even I have limits.
I like to keep the covered parts covered, ya know.
It turns out that this outfit is VERY see-through. Fortunately Shé and I will be lingerie shopping tomorrow. I promise to take pictures (of her). Shé says she’s okay with it as long as you can’t see her face. Not a problem.
Time to cut the crap.