Fantasy Man Friday

By the time most of you read this, I’ll be sitting in my sister’s backyard sipping something alcoholic and eating boiled crabs. Today is Good Friday, probably one of the most anticipated holidays of the Spring. Not because of the alcohol, but because of the seafood.

Good Friday just so happens to fall right in the middle of crawfish season. People will be lined up at the crawfish houses to get what they can before it runs out. And yes, they are expecting the crawfish to run out this year. It wasn’t a good season. Because I’m allergic to crawfish, I begged and whined for my brother-in-law to boil me some crabs instead. That way I still get to enjoy the boil. Otherwise, I would’ve stayed in my house and sniffled into my pillow.

Ah, my friends. I do look forward to sitting in the sun and relaxing for a whole day. I feel like I need it. *fans herself* I’m not going alone either. I need someone to hand me a towel when my hands get dirty. I think I’m taking him along…

Well? What do you think? Do you think he’d mind me using his um, towel? *cough* Bwahaha! *thinks lots of naughty thoughts*

Since I’m actually able to participate in the festivities this year, I’ll take lots and lots of pictures so to show y’all what our seafood boils are like. Monday I have guest author, Ruth Hartman, stopping by to share her thoughts about her newest release Flossophy of Grace. Tuesday, I’ll have pictures from the boil up to share with you. Bring your appetite!

Happy Friday, y’all and have a safe and Happy Easter!

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5 responses to “Fantasy Man Friday

  1. Have a great time at the boil. I love those!!

    This Fantasy Man is one of my favorites, I believe. Yep, I think so!!!

    Happy Easter weekend, my friend.

  2. I swear, I’m living in the wrong state. Happy Easter and enjoy your boil! Totally hottie today! Love it.

  3. Happy Friday! Enjoy your time in the sun!! 🙂

  4. We are truly behind the times here in California. We have an annual crawfish dinner as a fundraiser, started by a local Cajun chef. Being environmentally conscious, there were a lot of live critters left over. So some good Rotarians did the right thing and dumped them into one of our local creeks, so at least they had a fighting chance.

    But then came the headlines the next day: Local Realtor endangers local species by introducing Southern, more aggressive crawfish.

    You know, I’d like to think the local girls had a little fun that night.

  5. I hope you had a great weekend!

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