Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical (hermionesviolin) wrote,
Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical

Sometimes my life makes me really happy.

We went out to lunch today for Mary Alice's birthday, and within moments of sitting down, Eric and I were, as Mary Alice put it, bickering like an old married couple. This analogy is so very true (and frightens me perhaps less than it should). [Though her true for-the-win analogy was that cooking without onions is like having sex without kissing. This was prompted by a reminder of the fact that I don't like onions, but I do still really enjoy the analogy.]

P.S. I haven't finished up my roll of film, so I haven't yet scanned and posted my WriterCon pictures, but Lorraine has, and this one of Michaela and me doesn't suck. [Not a dig at Lorraine's the photographers' skills but a statement of my own feeling that I am not photogenic.]
Tags: people: h: eric, self: photos, writercon: 2006

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