I just remembered that I used to do newsletters for a company that I worked for. Back in 1996-1998. And my first issue was released on Cinco de Mayo. And it was a hit.
Not because I was clever. But because I worked for a company that sold trains. Electric and toy. And I was the only ray of sunshine amongst a group of middle aged grumpy men that spent all of their personal time with a train.
Basically any thing that I said was fun. And hilarious. And I guess it shows that I always wanted to write. With a sense of humor.
But I remember starting my newsletter off with "Happy Cinco de Mayo". And the president of the company responded within five minutes of it's release with a "Happy Cinco de Mayo to you too".
And the whole company thought I was so creative.
If they could see/read me now...
Then they would know I was crazy.
I celebrated the 5th of May with an incredible group of girls.
That means I went out. To a restaurant.
My life coach has been working hard on me this past month.
And I'm here to tell you that it was SO.MUCH.FUN!
I spent the evening with Laura's best friends. Friends that have adopted the "old lady" to join in on their fun.
And I really think that I have met the most incredible group of girls in the world.
Where were they when I was growing up?
Supportive, genuine, welcoming, funny, smart, and loving. And fun!
I love them all!
So, even though the restaurant was packed. And our meals may have taken longer than normal to be prepared....
I had an incredible time!
And I was thankful that Laura introduced me to them.
But I couldn't leave Kev out of the celebration. As we live for holiday celebrations.
So, the next night I gave him a choice....
He either lays on my Mexican rug (from Epcot) on his belly ... like a baby... with no clothes on except for the hat (from Epcot)....
Or he puts the blanket on with the hat and poses.....