And Today’s Horrorscope Is…

Libra: If you find yourself feeling a little moody today, this could really trip you up a bit. Just be careful that you don’t react to things in a more emotional manner than is really necessary right now.

Wow, now isn’t that funny? Well, tonight the power went out. Shortly after I got home – boom! And immediately after that – no lights. No air conditioning. It’s amazing how silent it is when there is no electricity. My parents still had power, so it must have been just our transformer. So I lit all the candles, found the flashlight, and Jason and I read. No computers. No television. Just reading. Probably the best thing for me. The lights came on 45 minutes ago, so I came out and caught the end of Judging Amy. I got something to eat – no electricity meant no cooking, and all of my dinner options required heat! I guess I could have left and gone out to get something to eat – I could tell that 1960 still had power, it was just a small grid that was dark. But I felt safe, quiet and calm. I didn’t want to leave the comfort of home.

I am more calm now that I have had time to think about my rants earlier. I still feel that way, and I could be easily worked up over it. I am somewhat thankful that neither one of them e-mailed me tonight. I am going to work on tweaking photos for a different site, and then I am going back to reading the “Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood”. (Thanks to Kymberlie for loaning me the book!)

By Christine

Christine is an Avenger of Sexiness. Her Superpower is helping Hot Mamas grow their Confidence by rediscovering their Beauty. She lives in the Heights in Houston, Texas, works as a boudoir photographer, and writes about running a Business of Awesome. In her spare time, she loves to knit, especially when she travels. She & her husband Mike have a food blog at Spoon & Knife.

3 replies on “And Today’s Horrorscope Is…”

I am so bad! I totally forgot I loaned you that book! I have the other one, Little Altars Everywhere, but I didn’t like it at all and it really colored my views of the characters in Ya-Yas. Don’t read it.

Good luck with annulment hun. Being a catholic myself I understand completely where you are coming from. Unfortunately in my divorce this was not an option as I had stated that I was of sound mind and body when I signed a prenuptial agreement. But that’s another story…

Yes, Kymberlie, you told me you had the other one too but not to read it. When I finished “The Brethren”, in the dark, I was thinking “I *know* Kymberlie loaned me something recently…” so I had to carry a candle to the bookcase to find it!

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