I started this post on Monday but got busy. Whoops!
Sunday and Monday were sort of the conjoined twin anniversaries of
So we bunkered down for the night in Franklin, Kentucky, without having prepared to do so. In other words, we had to unload five cats into the hotel room, set up their litterboxes, food, and water — all for one night — and dig through our moving truck to find toiletries and clothes for the night and the next day.
But we arrived safely the next morning, and all was well.
So Sunday, we had brunch at the Pineapple Room at Cheekwood to celebrate the end of our third year in Nashvegas, which means… the beginning of our senior year here! Maybe sometime soon we’ll start figuring out what we’re supposed to be doing.
Happily, we also managed to convince
After brunch, we
Well, after I’d gotten through the whole exhibit, I read some of the comments in the guest book, and the vast majority of them were critical, saying things like “Discussions of god should always be positive!” and “These works don’t belong in a museum — they belong in a garbage can.” I was annoyed by the reactionary and anti-intellectual nature of those comments, so I left one saying something like: “I enjoyed it! Usually I find investigations of ‘god’ boring and derivative. This was fresh and intriguing.” (I must say, I really enjoyed putting “god” in quotation marks.)
Anyway, after that, we walked around the sculpture trail, took lots of pictures of each other (here’s pics of Karsten — I didn’t ask anyone else’s permission to share photos), got cold, came back to our house, drank hot cocoa, and sat around making silly music on Karsten’s keyboard. I had a LOT of fun. 🙂