Guest Work

We’ve been enjoying a wonderful weekend reconnecting with Java and Superman. They arrived late afternoon Friday and we celebrated our reunion with dinner out at a local (and new favorite) Vietnamese Restaurant.  Then we came home and had cocktails and stayed up way too late talking.

Saturday, after breakfast, we headed to Vermont, hitting a few favorite antique shops along the way. Of course, I had to make it a “say something hat day” but, since my usual partner in crime, the BF Jim, was not along, I had to draw Jeffrey into my shenanigans:

By the time we got back into the area, it was dinner time, so we stopped at Slidin’ Dirty (a beer and burger pub) for dinner. The service was slow, but we were there at peak dinner time on a Saturday and it was very crowded, so it was to be expected.

We came home, built a fire, whipped up cocktails, and settled in for a double feature: “Bolt!” and “Practical Magic” once again staying up way too late.

This morning we all needed a more relaxing day, so we had breakfast, watched another movie (“Kinky Boots”) and then napped. Tonight we’ll be having fondue and cocktails for our final night together before they hit the road tomorrow.

I hope we’ve been as good hosts as they have been guests.

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6 Responses to Guest Work

  1. javabear says:

    Yes, what concolor44 (aka Superman) said! You are such gracious hosts it blows me away. You spoiled us terribly. I love it. I love you both.


  2. renudepride says:

    Glad to see that everyone is having a terrific time! Naked hugs!


  3. Urspo says:

    The donning of silly hats is one of the most salubrious activities a person can do. Good for both of you !


  4. Ravager619 says:

    I’m glad to hear everyone’s having fun! I’m trying to hang on before I can take another day off from work.


  5. the hat that looks best on you? the minnie pearl one with the flowers on top. you look fetchingly beautiful!


  6. concolor44 says:

    I will have to say this has been one of the most pleasant, most relaxing, most intellectually stimulating visits I’ve had since … well … probably since the Blogapalooza. Sean and Jeffrey have been the very soul and essence of accommodating, and their place is gorgeous. We must-must-must do this again! I want to move up to this area. The land is beautiful (and it ISN’T South Carolina).


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