When it's raining outside, most people want to curl up in bed with a good book and read until they finish or binge watch TV.
This was the first time in almost four months that I could walk without the use of crutches so I did what any normal person would do.
I went out!
Yep, went out and had a full day.
First my day started with a 1 year olds birthday party. At Chuck E. Cheese no less. Big mistake. It was full of screaming children and those that were not screaming, were crying.
Well all except the birthday girl. She was asleep. She was missing her own party. Oh well, so much for the exciting overstuffed mouse and cheese pizza.
On to the next stop.
Preakness Day Party.
Yay! I have never attended any kind of horse race and had no idea of the pageantry of it all.
The horse, the outfits and the HATS! Let's talk about the hats. First I am not a hat person, so I just ran into Macy's and picked up a quick one.
These women were donned out in the finest clothes. It was like I was sitting in church with a group of church mothers all vying for the coveted prize of "My hat is bigger than yours" prize or better yet. The "Don't sit behind me because you can't see anything past my hat" prize.
Don't get me wrong, they were gorgeous hats; I just didn't know that people here in DC took this king of thing that seriously.
Well now I know so I am already on the hunt for a very unique hat for the Belmont race coming up in a couple of weeks.
Like I need another addiction.
Then it was off to the third event of the day.
An all white party, hosted by my American Legion for the Martin and Long scholarship fund.
It was a beautiful affair with everyone decked out in their finest white attire. Men had on their white suits and women had on their summer whites.
But I thought all white meant, well all white. So I had on everything white including my shoes.
Most people had on a variety of shoe colors, none of which were WHITE. What is the point of having and ALL WHITE party if you aren't going to wear ALL WHITE...just an observation on my part.
So after beginning the day at 9am; my day finally came to an end at 1AM, Sunday morning.
Let's just say that the first day without crutches was a huge success however, my ankle wasn't to happy so Sunday, the day that it was nice and sunny outside. I spent that day, IN BED.
Somehow it just didn't seem right but hey, rainy Saturday was just as fun!