Yes, I am meeting up with a friend and we are having lunch later today. I am looking forward to girl talk and being downtown. I have been feeling a bit cooped up here at home since getting back from Seattle and need to start venturing out more now that the weather is warming up.
I am hoping to check out second-hand/thrift stores while downtown and maybe check out a boutique or two as well. I haven't been thrifting in ages and it will be fun to see what I can find amongst the poorly made, Walmart, clothing that turns up at local thrift stores. There has to be a few clothing diamonds mixed in with all that rough , "coal", clothing.
I am wishing I had someone who wanted to see the Spokane Symphony Orchestra this Saturday because there is a great event I would LOVE to see. I have one of Gautier Capuçon's cds (Hayn Cello Concertos) and would love to see him perform with the Spokane Symphony Orchestra. Unfortunately, I get the "yuk face" from everyone I mention it to. Or they try to claim it's too expensive when the priciest seat is $48 so, that excuse does not fly.
Really, I wish I knew someone who loved cultural activities like this because it is a huge bummer to go on my own. Nothing is more awkward and boring than going to a conert by yourself and having no one to talk to or share the experience with. I also have the perfect outfit to wear if I go! *sigh*
And to play out this post some Hayn: