I was super busy the first weekend of May, but I wouldn’t change a thing.
It started with the ultimate Frisbee beach tournament Saturday morning and early afternoon. Fortunately, the friends I carpool with and I all had first round byes. Even with only six teams (and the three of us only one two of them), what are the odds of that? And my team won! We only lost one game all season, and we won all the games during the tournament to win the entire thing. I can’t remember the last time I was on a team with a winning record, much less a team that won the tournament. The wind was blowing pretty strongly during the finals game, so it wasn’t as fun as it could have been. But we won!!!
Then that night, I went down to Glendale to see The Importance of Being Ernest at Glendale Centre Theatre. I love that play. I’d seen them do it before, and I was delighted they were doing it again. The cast was wonderful and the laughs were plentiful. I went with my friends Ann and Angelique. One of the actresses in it was on a cast recording for the musical Snoopy that I’d bought years ago (before I was even going to GCT). I finally remembered to bring it with me when she was in the cast, so I was finally able to get it signed!
Sunday started with church as usual, but instead of playing ultimate Frisbee, I headed to the book launch party for Nadine Nettmann’s new book. I’d actually read it on my way back from Malice, but it was fun to go and hear her talk briefly about it and chat with her. I had thought that a couple of mutual friends might show up, and I was right. I spent most of the time talking to RosaLinda and Ellen, which was fun.
RosaLinda was heading over to our friend Christy’s house to watch Once Upon a Time, so I crashed the party afterward and joined them. That was an unexpected but fun way to end a wild, crazy, busy, and fun weekend.