After a 4 Year Hiatus

After a four year hiatus we finally had another party at our house.  After having two kids and getting tied up in all that we just never got around to having a party since Traci’s 30th birthday.  This was actually the first party we’d had in the new house since we moved back in 2005.  We had the grill cooking and the drinks flowing, with the conversation in the gutter.  Good times, good times…

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New Year’s Evil

New Year’s Eve found the kids at Grandma’s and Traci and me at White Flag Projects at Manchester and Kingshighway.  Tom Huck, a local artist, was putting on a New Year’s Eve party at a gallery called White Flag Projects.  Cover charge was $35 with an open bar, chicks dancing in cages, and a weenie roast, all set to the theme of a hillbilly gorefest.  There were bales of hay and bloody baby doll parts in an aquarium as well as a guy in a squirrel suit getting shot with paintballs.  We found out about it just a day or two before New Year’s Eve so Traci bought tickets quickly after taking care of the arrangements for the kids.  We took a cab because it was, after all, an open bar.  The cab ride cost us about $22 in all; not too bad actually.  Much cheaper than a DUI and much better than dying in a drunken car accident.

When we showed up around 9:00 or so there were a handful of people there.  I went to the “bar” (which was a folding table with two girls serving drinks behind it) and ended up with a whiskey and Sprite (mixers were a bit limited).  After a rum and Coke I ended up settling on vodka and Sprite which became my friend for the night.  There were girls dancing in two chicken wire cages on each end of the room which gave it a nice sense of motion and theme. Continue reading “New Year’s Evil”

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