...so very lucky. ;) They are going to be the talk of their town when they get this box full of goodies. (And thanks, AP, for the pic of the amazing Tracy Porter, lol)
And what a celebration it's been here in town. It might as well be Ash Wednesday out there, the French Quarter streets are so trashed. A tree next to the POLICE STATION is covered in toilet paper. Vigilant, as always. Last night I witnessed an impromptu parade of Saints fans heading down the Avenue to the quarter to celebrate. Seriously, the neutral ground, where the St. Charles streetcar usually runs, was packed with people headed downtown. This morning I got in to the FQ only to see people leaving Barely Legal. At 9AM. Wow. I'll have some coffee with my debauchery, thanks.
It's been pretty surreal. Welcome to the Who Dat Nation, y'all! We're glad to have ya! (And glad Miami temporarily suspended their open container law, lol)
I'm actually kind of relieved the game is over, since now we've got over a week to keep on celebrating. Wahoo! (Of course, this means my husband's nephews and their friend will be here this week. Eep!) I'll try to get some parade footage on my phone and see if I can post it here, but I'm still trying to figure that thing out. It's smarter than I am, ya know.
Please email me your address and I'll try to get your package out by the end of the day Tuesday to be sure you have your goodies before Mardi Gras day rolls around. Lucky you!
And to everyone else, just 'cause y'all don't usually celebrate carnival doesn't mean you can't start! Especially with this nasty winter I know most of y'all are having. Celebrate and eat and drink like Lent is about to start! (Of course, once Lent's over, there's the Easter crawfish boils, French Quarter fest, Jazzfest, Summerfest...)
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I'm a YA writer who delves into urban fantasy, paranormal and romance, and who loves reading good books almost as much as writing them.
When not writing—or working—I enjoy daydreaming, drinking tea, and walking in cemeteries. I used to spend the rest of my time checking my inbox for manuscript requests, but am now proudly represented by Rosemary Stimola, of Stimola Literary Studio.