Monday, September 10, 2012

Definition

. . . of fun . . .

Four of us, sitting in a pub after work during the late happy hour, singing this at the top of our lungs.

The weirdest part? All four of us knew the damn words. I don't know if I should be scared or delighted!

I can tell you how the rest of the bar felt. The looks on the faces all around us told the tale. I am still giggling. And yes, I might have been the loudest. 

I totally remember wearing this dress and having that hair in junior high or so. The truth? We will all be looking at our hair today in 20 years or so saying, "Oh dear! What was I thinking?" We were all thinking we looked cute as hell, yes we were.

I KNEW I was cute with this hair and this dress.



I just bought this for my iTunes. Oh yes I did.

It's Monday! It's September! Look at your calendar and get it going! Then come and help me. Please?

6 comments:

T said...

Sounds like a logical definition of fun to me!

I could use a little of that kind of fun about now.

Let's see ... so HOW do I make this happen?

No, I don't have it together right now, so I'm pretty much gonna be no help to you.

But you, on the other hand -- this post -- has come to MY aid this morning.

Thanks for the smiles. Even more appreciated on a Monday.

GREAT BIG hug.

So. Cal. Gal said...

My definition of fun: the entire family singing "American Pie" at the top of our lungs, on a mountain resort's balcony. I usually get embarrassed when someone sees/hears me sing out loud but, that day, I couldn't have cared less. I was having too much fun. Of course, wine coolers were involved.

Diane Cayton-Hakey said...

Ha ha ha ha. I could sing that song, but then I forgot about it fortunately. OMG.... Skippety doo dah. LOL

Ms. A said...

OHMYGOD... I think I just had a flashback!!!

Sara Louise said...

You need to find a photo of you in that dress with that hair and post it!

Deborah said...

tPretty - Mondays are rough. I gotta get fun where I can find it.

Diane - it was the weirdest thing . . . the words came flowing out of my mouth just like I had sung it yesterday. And I bet I hadn't heard it for at least 20 years. At least.

Ms A - hehehe

Sara Louise - I am on the hunt. My wasband has all my photo albums, but I'm getting them. I am!