Saturday, December 6, 2014
The Bipolar Diva: New Sensation: She shut off the water of the hot, steamy shower she had taken, not only to cleanse her body, but to also aid in rid...
I love you. You've brought so much laughter and joy into my life since I met you. I hate to see you go, but the opportunity is too great for you to pass up.
Last night I went to the Goodbye Party for a member of our cast, John.
John's not only a member of the cast for our upcoming series, (that may, or may not, have something to do with a Biker Diva, Harleys, people, and journeys of many types) but he's also a dear friend.
I love getting texts from him. They always start out with, "Hey Blondie!!" I've never seen him any way but happy and smiling.
Last night was bittersweet. Knowing he's moving so far away is not something I like much, but I know we'll always be friends, and we will see him again. His happiness is the most important thing to me. No matter where life may lead him, he'll always be a part of our team.
Here's a bit of the fun with all the gang last night.
|Ran into Brad, one of the guys that sold me my first Harley|
|Lunch after our first shoot|
The Bipolar Diva: The Prayer Brought To Life: I find it comforting, although through torrents of tears, how people that have made the choice to see through veiled eyes, that have yelled,...
I find it comforting, although through torrents of tears, how people that have made the choice to see through veiled eyes, that have yelled, screamed, and have believed many falsehoods, still find a way to attempt to to quench the never ending aching void in their hearts.
It's been a long few months, trying to get work going, lots of thinking, and alone time, lots of a lot of things.
I was invited to go to a couple of events today and just didn't have the energy, but when The Enforcer texts and says, "answer your phone," I do and there were a ton of people yelling, "WHERE ARE YOU?" I had no choice.
I threw on some clothes, ran a brush through my hair, and did as asked, well as demanded....I jumped in the car and took off.
I'm so glad I did. I needed a night out with old friends, laughter, nothing heavy to think about, just eat, talk, and laugh. There were a lot of people I knew, a lot I didn't, and many I hadn't seen in a very long time.
Yes, The Enforcer knew what I needed, I'm not sure how he always seems to know things like that, but he does.
I fight him usually, he calls me Boss, but I think it's the other way around?
All around, a wonderful night with friends.