At about 7:30, I went over to Carmichael, where I had to park in the Coliseum Deck—obviously some kind of event going on in Reynolds with the amount of cars parked in the area, not to mention the three television station trucks with those huge, lighted towers that come up out of them.
I did 30 minutes on the elliptical machine, and then walked around the indoor track for an hour. I listened to about 25 podcasts during that time. The scenery at that gym is just so inspiring. <TMI>Young, dumb, and (presumably) full of cum.</TMI>
I had cottage cheese with some fresh strawberries mixed in it for dinner tonight. I forgot to mention the strawberry purchase at Harris Teeter yesterday. They were "buy one, get two free." I guess they were quart-sized containers.
I met Joe at Flex for Trailer Park Prize Night. When I arrived, David had his ear, and tried to keep it pretty much the entire evening. I stepped away.
Kevin (av8rdude) and Kurt arrived shortly thereafter, and we caught up.
The show was decent tonight—Mary K. Mart hosted, which is always a plus. There were only two "entertainers" (and I use the word loosely) in the show tonight, and one of them was a Drag King, as opposed to a Drag Queen.
Joe and I left before the second entertainer came on, and went to The Borough, where we had one more cocktail along with an order of hushpuppies and cheese fries. Needed something to cancel out that cottage cheese and the 1.5-hour workout.
At one point, I went to use the restroom, and was faced with two doors, one of which had a black, suede, low-heel pump attached to it, and the other which had a necktie attached to it— all very confusing when you've just come from a show where the men are dressed up as women and the women as men. I'm just saying.
Liz the manager/owner was there, who I had met when I bought a Borough gift certificate for Van for his birthday, and when I came out of the men's room—I mean the room with the necktie on the door, I said to her, "Liz, do you think you could possibly find a red marker, and add an apostrophe in the word employees on that sign in the men's room?"
|Each employees hands|
must be washed after
each visit to the restroom.
She retorted, "You should see the sign in the ladies room—the word toilet is spelled wrong." Just pushing all my buttons.
I need some way of putting my editing mind off duty.