So, for those of you in the know, I’ve never been drunk. Not even a little. Not through the messiest breakup, the most epic Halloween, through random parties with drink after drink. But tonight I went to a party. Completely impromptu, but a party nonetheless. And I managed to get absolutely GONE. I dont know if it was the shots, mixed drinks, jungle juice, or flask that I drained. But I managed to get drunk. This is huge. Bigger than you could ever imagine. And I felt great. I still reel great if I’m being honest. I taught a girl how to dance with a bit of spice. I met a girl who’s got an amazing view on different styles of shooting movies. I drank. I enjoyed hookah with people I didn’t know. I enjoyed myself. I lived. Its so good to feel this alive. I don’t know how I got to this stage of living, or if I’ll be able to reach it again, but I’m eternally grateful to Diane, for not giving up on the quest of making a drunk Don. And to Johnny A. for making it possible for us to enjoy the company of his friends. And for Sarah, our beautiful hostess.
I don’t know how she mixed her drinks, but I’ll be damned if she doesn’t know how to throw down. Were she a single woman, I surely would have planted a smooch on her for the night. But alas, it was not in the cards. Regardless, an epic night.
And I’m happy. I’ll post more when I wake up I’m sure.
Today, I finished my Doctor Who themed quiet book.
My two year old is going to FLIP when I hand him this to play with on our two day car ride!
Truebluemeandyou: First seen at EPOT here.
I don’t watch Dr. Who, but this is way cute
The Avengers: The Complete Lineup - by theDurrrrian
I first encountered the small red crowbar while playing a Lego board game with some family last year. The game had a ton of really thin bricks, the ones that always broke nails and hurt when jammed into the skin under the nail. Tonight I bought a Batman Lego set, and this same crowbar was included. I thought it very awesome that it was an included tool. And then I realized it was a weapon for the set.
The real tool was the giant orange thing that seemed to have no real purpose at the time. In a years time it went from tiny crowbar to giant lever to help disassemble Lego parts. To whoever invented it, thank you. It’s about time something like this was made. Of course, the finger pains now go on the list I things our children will never know about. But nonetheless, thank you for your brilliant mind.
So I’m even more pumped for this movie now. Like, holy shit. And even though I already know the Stan Lee scene, I’m really excited to see it.
Holy mother of God.
Here’s a link so you can see the full size: