What I Did Today

Aside from line edits.

Steph and I went over to the German Fest at the Dayton fairgrounds. It was a small crowd and not a big event or anything, but we ate schnitzel and german potato salad and got our faces painted and went on some rides and did a little shopping, and Stephanie won me a prize!

It is a FROG! I think I shall call him Dilbert.

Steph also very kindly bought me a lovely pendant as, she insists, a belated birthday gift. I reminded her I still owed her $100. She shrugged. And it really is a lovely pendant:

I picked up something else, too. The thing with living with Stephanie’s Old Man is, of course, that he’s allergic to almost everything with scent, which means no scented candles, and because so many candles come with scent these days, I just didn’t bother getting any new ones, and I threw out a lot of my old candle holders when I moved here in March.

But for $5 at the German Fest, I picked up this little fake flickering candle holder:

And I even have a place for it right next to my bracelets from Durban:

You know, if you’ve got great friends and great food (and health insurance), Dayton’s not so bad… Next fest (the fair is coming up in a couple weeks), we’ll have proper festival pics.

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