Friday, December 25, 2009

'Short and Sweet'

Last night was the coldest its been in Austin this winter. Perfect for Christmas. Rustin and I went out to West Austin and had a wonderful dinner with Donnie and Lucy Payjack, friends from the old days in Phoenix. We even played 'charades', something I've never really done. (acting snobbery kept me from doing so). Guess what, it was fun and very funny. Lucy is an italian through and through, and kept us all moving forward into 'that good night'.

Its Christmas day, and as tradition has it, (it's not really a tradition since I just started last year) I will do my laundry today, as its stacked to the ceiling and the laundry mats are empty. Baby and I will go to the dog park. I'll hit a meeting at noon. I'll go for a walk. I'll savor Christmas. I'll digest... and digest.

There's not to much to say this morning, I'll save it for tomorrow, as I start recalling theatre memories, before some of them are forgotten. Merry Christmas, keep your feet moving...

3 comments:

kanyonlandking-annk.blogspot.com said...

And may your Christmas Day be Merry! Code word is wishies...doesn't that sort of work?

DB said...

Playing charades with a buch of netertainers is one of life's rare great plesures. Try it.

Cheryl said...

I'm surprised you didn't play charades with the Palmer's when you were at their house. They must have been trying to get your hip healed. They had a hot game of Pictionary going with the Griffin's when we stopped by yesterday.