Friday, August 19, 2011

Night Off

I got the rest of my tools and gear out of storage, post house sale, and into my freshly painted garage. It was 103 with the heat index. I have red hair and Casper the Friendly Ghost skin color. It was not a fun way to spend the day and my muse said something about Rum and sailed away.


The kitchen is empty and is going to stay that way. I have a large garden tub with girly bubble bath (I looked for one that smelled like a British Sports Car or Hoppes No. 9 but had to settle for Lilac), new music, leftover ham and pineapple pizza with Sriracha sauce, a complex little beer with my name on it, Red Green and Top Gear on TV and perhaps some conversation with a friend. If one is going to spend a Friday alone, this not a bad way to do it, much work accomplished, tools and the world in order for now.

Cheers - Brigid

24 comments:

  1. Enjoy your night off. I'm interested in what you think of that "Old Engine Oil".

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  2. Your Friday night sounds fine - and the beer looks niiice.

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  3. Cheers to you! Have a great night! Here is all about getting ready for the weekend classes and checking out the fork meter that just arrived Tam posted about. I am going to steal your post on finding the correct handgun post for tomorrow, OK?

    Please, please, don't kill me with your brain!

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  4. Brigid,

    What a lovely place! VERY...peaceful!

    SWModel66

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  5. That bubble bath sure sounds good!

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  6. Rest well, glad you got the work done without melting.

    Top gear and Red Green - both classics.
    The local snobbish library finally broke down and bought seasons 14 & 15 of top gear - guess I wasn't the only one begging for them to get it. I especially enjoyed the performance convertible big hair test.

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  7. Dear B, have a lovely weekend and enjoy.

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  8. Sounds Perfect~ Have a Great Weekend.

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  9. I know it's an illusion, "No comments yet" -- but fun to pretend for a little while that I was first to say how much we admire you.

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  10. my muse said something about Rum and sailed away

    That is why I read you. Made. Of. Win.

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  11. Enjoy... sometimes the best conversations people have are with themselves during moments of serenity...

    Dann in Ohio

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  12. You are SOOOOOO much tougher than me...I've never tried the Old Motor Oil Black Ale, but it sounds like something I would enjoy...in the cooler part of the year. July and August are the only two months I can rationalize drinking yellow beer. Today we hit one of my favorite brew-pubs for dinner, and I had one Scotch Ale, but had to follow it with their Honey Wheat...the Scotch was just too heavy for me with it being 93 outside...

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  13. Ok what it a Srirachi sauce?, I love the bacon blue cheese cole slaw but I don't think that that sauce is near the same??

    Where do I get the ice cube mold? That is the most interesting thing in ice cubes that I have ever seen.

    BG

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  14. There's worse ways to spend an evening.

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  15. I liked your Friday night...and the beer looked interesting.

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  16. Try to stay cool.

    I'm going to be cutting and splitting firewood in about 3 hours.

    Supposed to be a high of 80, today.

    Bob
    III

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  17. Music, food and booze sounds like a nice relaxing night to me! Hope the rest of your weekend is just as relaxing.

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  18. Brigid,
    Is that the venerable T-39 model on your desk? Remember those flights well, going through VT-10 and VT-86 back in the 70's. Might I ask your connection to them?

    MikeyB

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  19. Enjoy :-) We ALL need some downtime...

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  20. HatTrick - it was quite good, strong and dark but wickedly smooth. There was a distinct chocolate undertone and a slightly bittersweet finish. I found it at this great little liquor store that Tam and Dot and I went to. I just bought one bottle to try it. I'll probably buy more.

    Mrs. S. - I'm still laughing at their contest to find the right auto for a teenage boy (which included a decible test upon sneaking it into the driveway after curfew).

    BG- Sriracha sauce is a thai hot sauce. It's a nice little addition to a lot of dishes. The Ice Cube mold is from thinkgeek.com.

    Carteach0 - aye.

    Mickey B - I'd tell you but it would have to be under the cone of silence. Pensacola, Perryville, I've hung out in some odd places :-)

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  21. Brigid,

    I'll date myself and tell you residing temporarily in Glenco, GA was odd. I loved the low levels over the Okeefenokie (sp?) Swamps with nary a landmark. Sure got good at Time/Distance/Heading navigation. (GPS was unheard of and SciFi.

    IFR departure out of NSF Andrews was always a clusterF&^%! Fly Safe.

    MikeyB

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  22. Hope you didn't need too much of the aloe vera after everything!

    Sounds like a good setup to relax - hope you have a great weekend!

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