Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Night on the Town

My friend and I put on our big girl clothes and went into the big city on Friday night...after dark...and we stayed out past 10 P.M.

We went to a comedy club. It was a hoot. And the cover charge was only five bucks...a bargain to boot.  Might as well laugh and might as well have some fun.

Oh, ho! Look at that.  I even have the start of a poem to take to writing group tomorrow.  Or not.

I'd love to share some of the humor, but it would be lost in translation.  You really do have to be there sometimes.

I'll be going out after dark (twice in one week!!) for writing group tomorrow even though I'll be home by eight.  With the clocks falling back, it will be pitch dark by four in the afternoon here in the hills.

8 comments:

  1. Wow! You're livin' the high life now!
    Two nights out after dark in one week!
    Have fun! :-p

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  2. I'm trying to remember the last time I was out after dark.

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  3. Goodness, you are turning into a regular lady of the evening- in the nicest sense of course. Makes me realize dark has other possibilities than a hot bath and a good book. You have inspired me.
    Have fun.

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  4. Funny how things change. When we were young we didn't go out till 10. Now we're home by ten.

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  5. WooHoo. You are a wild woman. I'm glad you had fun. I love it when I go out with girlfriends. It is a rare thing these days for me.

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  6. You are a brave soul - a lady of the night (so to speak...). Writing group sounds like fun - tell us more.

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  7. Now that Daylight Savings Time is gone, we'll all have to get more used to going out after dark. The train is good. Don't have have to maneuver around our poor night vision that hampers driving at night.

    P.S. I have low blood pressure and slow resting heart rate. But it's not because I stare at boobs all day long ... really, I don't; no way; how could you even suggest that?!?

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