|Sunset off Gwynns Island, October 2010|
1. This Saturday from 10-4 is the Deltaville Seafood Festival, also known as the Holly Point Art and Seafood Festival except if I called it that everyone on this side of the Piankatank would be all "Holly Point Art Festival? What?" The Deltaville Seafood Festival promises to be chock-a-block full of good things like seafood, BBQ, Blackbeard's Scallywag School (because evidently one must obtain the proper training and certification to be a scallywag), 70 artisans and craftsmen and more.
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Click here for an audio clip of one of my favorite scallywags.
2a. Much to my chagrin, I had to don shoes, actual shoes, shoes that were not flip flops or sandals--shoes!--this week because it was so cold in the mornings. (Since about March nothing but sandals, flip flops or bare ground have touched these feet.)
2b. If I had my way I'd never put on another shoe again. Alas, society has its rules and my workplace wouldn't take too kindly to me showing up barefoot, although nothing would surprise them at this point.
2c. Let it hereby be known and declared thusly: I despise shoes, except when it comes to shopping for them. And socks are straight from the devil.
3a. Much to my utter and sheer surprise and delight, I realized today that Monday is a federal holiday! Since I am off from the paying job the next two days, I do not have to don shoes, actual shoes, until Tuesday of next week. Hallelujah. I'm considering a celebratory sock-burning bonfire this weekend, but I'm not sure if the county's burn ban has been lifted.
3b. As wonderful as 3a is, I do have to work on Thursday and Friday, just not at a job that pays. I'm
3c. Still, I can wear flip flops or go barefoot if I want, and I can remind myself there's no 100-mile commute and 8.5 hours of work on Monday. Oh, what a wonderful feeling.
Now it's your turn.
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