Felix and Marta ring to say that they’ll be staying back as baby Eloise is teething. Her fever seems to be rising as does the decibel of those siren toned yelps in the background.
It is only then that I realize I am famished, haven’t eaten a thing all day.
Hair set, face on, I go the kitchen to chill the champagne.
Sweet Celeste calls bubbly and bright. She got the gig and will be opening tonight downtown at the Cigar Bar. I tell her to break a leg and she laughs like a bell choir.
I set the music low and lights lower.
Leroy phones. He’s working late and I really, probably shouldn’t expect him at all. Knowing Leroy, I don’t.
All is grand, as these types of things really are better suited for fewer folks anyway. Still, should any one else care to cancel …and que sera sera….I only fear that my skirt won’t fasten.
:: Many thanks to the author, Emily of Wide Open Spaces!