I didn’t find this charming video until I started looking for something for this post but you can bet I’ll be giving it a try soon. I don’t have any silk head scarves but I did recall that one of the lovely young women who attended our Happyland Music Fest had left one behind (yes, we still have a lot of unclaimed items from that event). I didn’t think she’d mind if I borrowed it so I simply tied it under my chin and off we went. It did keep my hair from going wild in the breeze from open car windows. I think I might be in the market for some vintage scarves now. Ha!
It was a fun night, hanging out with friends and listening to music. I could have done without the raucous cowboys who showed up, though. Well, except for the polite, older gentleman in the black cowboy hat who bought me two drinks during the course of the night. He asked David’s permission, tipped his hat and called me “ma’am”. The rest of them, though? Obnoxious.
But despite the cowboys we had a fantastic night. As we drove home well after midnight (yes, we’re nuts) we enjoyed the cool, night air. The moon was bright and it was pretty much perfect. We shared a kiss in the car before David parked it back in the garage. We may no longer be teenagers but we do still know how to have fun.