|Group photo of 2014 Bloggerpalooza attendees|
Yes folks, the banner photo on top of this blog is new, taken yesterday after the "Last Blast" (I hope so) snowstorm of Sunday. Yes, MORE SNOW. AND COLD. AND WIND. Will this winter ever end? One thing for sure, I am sick to death of this winter. Even as I type this entry, the wind is howling outside my little bedroom converted into a home office window. And to think just last week I had Miguel, my landscaper, lay mulch around all my flower beds in anticipation of all the spring flowers just ready to burst into bloom.
|The Inn At Canal Square, Lewes, DE - site of the Bloggerpalooza event - sans snow|
So folks, here we are in the afterglow of the second annual Bloggerpalooza. I've already checked out some of the photos posted by some of the attendees on their blogs. We have some great photos, including those of me dressed in drag which I greatly regret having done.
|Everyone is keeping their distance from the old "Madame" and I don't blame them|
WHAT.WAS.I.THINKING? First time in drag for me since I was ten years old and went out trick or treating Halloween 1952. I'm going to blame my lack of judgement on Dr. Spo. When I saw him go for the silk and plumes I thought I could get away with it too. But as you see from the results, I'm just sad whereas Dr. Spo provided a whimsical fancy departure from his usual butch appearance.
|Gorgeous Dr. Spo with his signature red bow tie|
But I am glad to say that last week's Bloggerpalooza was successful. Lots of smiles and only a few glitches, like that round-about way I lead everyone to the Mexican restaurant on Friday night. I was trying to do three things at the same time; directing Pat (who was driving), texting Mark H. so he wouldn't arrive at the wrong restaurant and answer all of Randy's questions (who was riding in the back of the car). Next thing I knew Pat made a wrong turn and was traveling down the wrong street, in the dark. Then when we arrived at La Quetzalteca
|La Quetzalteca Restaurant - Millsboro, DE|
the restaurant had not reserved our tables (as I had requested two nights before, maybe something was lost in translation) and then, the place was packed with families and a squalling baby (why of why do parents bring their BABIES to restaurants)? But that is a subject for another whole blog posting.
|"Where's our table?"|
That was Friday night. Saturday night went more smoothly. More later, much more.
|Watch out when these two are hatching something up|