|Photo courtesy of and copyright: Sarah Bork Hamilton (2010)|
|You have to see it at night!|
So what did I do Saturday? I started out with a yoga class at East Side Yoga, where Lance cheerfully kicked our asses, an activity in which we joyfully and willingly participated. Lance likes to adjust my poses and gently lift me by the head and ask, "Can you feel the difference?" And I'm like, "Duh, Lance, of course I can feel the difference, you're, like LIFTING MY HEAD FOR ME!" Maybe I can start doing yoga by proxy, whereby I stay in child's pose while Lance whips through forty sun salutes on my behalf, but courtesy of some Steve Jobs beyond-the-grave technology, my ass shows the sculpted results of Lance's efforts. I like this plan.
|This is a picture of a balloon release that was part of the remembrance ceremony for Chris Kern in September.|
|Danny at Peacock makes my hair all pretty.|
|Big Red Sun is BACK! Yay!|
|I want to live in a house filled with succulents.|
|A truly terrible picture of the Mother Falcon show.|
|I am being stalked by these yarn bombed yoga balls. Not a bad thing.|
|Doesn't this explain a lot about why I like to spend so much time in bed?|
What a splendid choice.
Sunday looked like this:
Meditation at East Side Yoga
A slow drive around East Austin with Ross-- Ross and I raised our sons together. We stopped at East Village Cafe, an awesome, seemingly undiscovered cafe on 11th Street. Then on to Cisco's for the migas-- my favorite place to get migas.
|Cisco's Migas. Food of the Gods.|
|Water bottles with Joe Gracey's picture on them at the memorial service.|
|Flatlanders open the memorial service. That's Joe Sears in the vestments-- he did a hilarious "sermon."|
|Drinking Jo's hot chocolate makes me look a LOT younger! JK, JK-- this is Jill, my weekend partner in crime.|
From Jo's we went over to the Alamo Ritz for the Master Pancake Christmas Show. SILENT SHIT, HOLY SHIT, PEOPLE! Have you seen this? Owen Egerton, John Erler, and Joe Parsons ad lib their way through a bunch of Christmas show clips and they also throw in sketch comedy. I laughed so hard I think certain parts of my body won't ever recover. The show plays through the rest of the month and you really need to go see it. Sweet Baby Jesus these guys are hilarious.
|Me and the Master Pancake Geniuses!|
|A cheesy finish to a fantastic weekend.|