Saturday, May 30, 2009

“The rhythm of the weekend, with its birth, its planned gaieties, and its announced end, followed the rhythm of life and was a substitute for it.”

Busy evening tonight.
Erin and I will be leaving in a bit to run some errands. Then, off to No Ho for Sherry's housewarming/birthday party. Stay for a bit and then run over to West Hollywood to catch Sharon's cover band play the Traci Michaelz Memorial gig, along with a handful of other groups.

Tonight is nothing compared the the entire month of June. Everyone and their mother was born in June apparently so it looks like each weekend and much of the weekdays are packed with get togethers and party greatness. No complaints - each event will be a blast!

Can you believe half the year is over already? Wow. It's been a tornado of sorts but pretty wonderful as well.

Thursday, May 28, 2009

A grand adventure is about to begin. -- Winnie the Pooh

I sparked a silly string of comments and conversations on Facebook by posting that I feel nauseous and flu-y. Everyone and their mother now thinks I'm pregnant. Haha. For the record, I'm most likely not. If I was, however, I wouldn't mind although it's about 2 years earlier than planned.

I must be getting close to being ready though because every time I see a pregnant woman or watch one of those sappy Lifetime shows like "A Baby Story", I long and almost ache to be pregnant (Don't tell my husband! Haha. If he knew that my pregnancy bug was itchin' a few years earlier than we planned, he may hit the floor!) ;-)

I know certain aspects of our lives will change once the baby sprouts. One part of me is slightly hesitant about that. Paul and I are used to coming and going as we please, driving into Hollywood or even San Diego on a whim, throwing racous parties for little or no reason. The other part of me knows that I've partied a lifetime's worth in the last 5 years and soon, that lifestyle won't fuel me as much as it did before. Don't get me wrong. I still want my husband to play in bands, I still want to go to concerts (when possible) and experience life in an adventurous manner. But the change will be evident, welcoming and pretty damn awesome.

Plus, I am surrounded (geographically and not) by a handful of amazing mothers and I can't wait to learn from these incredible women. You know who you are. :)