|Stephanie and Zach, my sister-in-law and her husband, are so fun to hangout with!|
|They were being the entertainment last night while Nick took pictures.|
|Blouse: Thrifted, Skirt: Downeast, Shoes: TJMaxx, Earrings: the Field Museum|
|I am an open-mouthed, head thrown back, full body, type of laugher.|
"I feel mischevious."
Alison: "Oh yeah?"
Nick: "Yes. I'm feeling mischevious."
Brief interruption--in our family we have something called the tut-tut dance, which is basically right foot toe tap in, out, in; left foot toe tap out, in out. There are some related arm movements but that's not the important part. We use this dance whenever we have an excess of energy or don't know how to really dance to some music we may hear. This is related.--Resume conversation.
Nick then did a short little, mildly disgruntled tut-tut dance and announced belligerently:
"I'm feeling mischevious."
After 5 minutes of suggesting things we could do we finally settled on lying in bed together reading. (Occasionally I would reach over and touch his back, but the only response I got was "I feel mischievous.")
I feel asleep first, which rarely happens and the next morning all the mischief had left Nick.
But today I feel mischievous. What to do, what to do?
What do you do when you are feeling mischievous?
|Last night's party included, fajitas (not pictured cause we were scrambling to clean house so we could pretend we are organized), speed scrabble (sometimes called Bananagrams), cupcakes, and panda shoes.|