Did mini-golf with soul sister C and some of her other friends plus her Mom and Aunt. I was the worst mini-golf player of all the teams. Oh well. It was entertaining albeit super sweaty (damn humidity!)
Then it was the pole-dancing class. I observed and took photos.
Then I was home for awhile before going out to meet everyone for dinner and then drinking and dancing at The Flying Dog.
Does it say something strange about me that I prefer to take myself a step back from group activities like that and feel more comfortable from behind the camera lens?
It's not quite that it creates a barrier or anything, more like it allows me to encapsulate the experience. The only downfall being that most of my photos of me are usually self-snapped headshots by myself or with one other person.
But it gives me a role and then enables me to be involved or to step more into the role of the observer which I suppose is often more comfortable to me.
I don't know - just thought I'd get the thought down because I often compose blog posts in my head but then I don't want to write them once I get to the com.