Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Dinner for seven

As I write this, I'm still trying to figure out who to invite to the dinner party Dark Mother has suggested I have.  It's a given that she is invited, along with Debra and Tana.  I figure we'll eat until we're sick and laugh until we cry because these girls are awesome!

Alongside them, for just sheer hunkery and mind-blowing science is Professor Brian Cox.  If I had known science was that sexy, I would have done better in school.

Another mind crush I have is on Professor Ronald Hutton. I could listen to that man speak all day. He's definitely on the invite list.  A total geek but I'm a sucker for long hair and British accents.  Not to mention how interesting he is. He makes me want to learn history, like Professor Cox makes me want to learn astro-physics.

Another one on the list would be Marcus Tullius Cicero, although with my politics and spiritual beliefs gone in a different direction, it would be interesting to see him as one who wanted the elite to hang onto the Republic when my sympathies now lie with those who wanted more for the plebeians.

I think that's everyone.  We'd have to have the guys show up later so we could have our own party first though.

We're going to have to have this party at a banquet room or something like that because we'd make too much noise for a restaurant.  I told you I wasn't cooking!

Off to eat my crummy pizza instead of dining with Professor Cox.  sigh


  1. Thanks for the invite! I'd definitely RSVP 'yes.'!

  2. Thanks for inviting me too -- I can hardly wait! I met Prof. Hutton one evening when we were in Glastonbury a couple of years ago -- he gave a talk to our tour group about the historical evidence for King Arthur. He's a fabulous speaker all right and held everyone in the room spellbound.

  3. Thanks for the invite. I live in a cave and have no idea who those people are so it'll be good to meet new peeps : )

  4. Well, I couldn't imagine a party without you guys. Debra, I am so envious that you got to hear Professor Hutton in person. Dark Mother, I completely understand about the cave. Sometimes I have no idea who people are talking about because I stay in my own little world.

    Tana, we need to do a chat soon just to catch up.