Mabon and a Moving Out Party
This weekend has been all about spending time with family. Yesterday, we got together with our 2 youngest girls, along with one of the grand-babies and our youngest’s SO (Chicklet went to a local Gay Pride march yesterday and didn’t get to go with us) and went to an outdoor movie showing of “Hop“. Don’t ask me why they were showing an Easter movie here at the Autumn Equinox, because I have no clue. They just were, and with our 2-year-old grand-baby, Little Diva, in tow, we decided to just go with it.
Everyone had a blast and there were smiles all around, especially when they played “I Want Candy” and Little Diva was shaking her booty! It was great!
After the movie, Mini-Me went to her place with The Thing (which is becoming more of a loving nickname than it used to be) to get him ready for work and the rest of us came home, where L’s friend was waiting with pizza.
When The Thing left for work, Mini-Me came back up here and we had a bonfire and we all proceeded to get more than a little tipsy sitting around on the back porch watching the fire.
This was a combination Mabon celebration and Moving Out party since this was our last weekend living here with L and Little Diva. Next weekend when Draco comes home, we will begin the process of moving out and plan to stay in the new place his first night home so that I have time to adjust to the new place before he has to leave again. It was sad and sweet all at once and L and I were even more playful than usual because although we’ll still see each other regularly, we won’t be living together anymore.
We enjoyed our time together and I got to not only be thankful for the abundance in my life, but I also got to spend time with most of the people who help make my life so abundant.
I hope that everyone had a wonderful Equinox, be it Spring or Autumn!
Posted on September 23, 2012, in blogging, Draco, Family, Life, Mini-Me and tagged Autumn Equinox, Draco, Equinox, Family, holiday, I Want Candy, Little Diva, Mini-Me, Thing, Wheel of the Year. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.