I honor of my site’s “plaid shirt day” I am posting one more plaid shirt photo, this one particularly sexy, in my opinion. I love the guy’s shaggy blond hair, smooth skin and defined torso. I’m sure glad he left that shirt unbuttoned for the photo. 😉
I had a delightful time at opera. Many children were in attendance, and the performance was superb. Pinocchio is a great story aimed at teaching children the important of telling the truth, and I think it made an impression on the kids present.
After the opera, my five friends and I visited a tapas and wine bar for some tasty cuisine and some of the best Sauvignon blanc I have ever enjoyed.
My neighbor and I spent 45 minutes on my deck when we returned to the island. I drank beer while my neighbor drank Merlot wine. The weather here tonight is so beautiful: cool, dry, and still. Luck us. I’m in the house now. I may watch another movie tonight, as I am no fan of NFL football.
I’m not sure why, but I find the look of a plaid shirt on a handsome young man very appealing, especially if it’s unbuttoned to show off his chest and belly. I mean, who could resist the lovely guy to the left here? Not me. 😉
I spent a quiet evening at home last night. Around 5:30 PM, I built a blaze in my patio fire pit, my first of the cool-weather seasons. It felt so good to sit outside and watch the flames dance as darkness fell. I drank a vodka-tonic out there, and when the flames died down, I went inside and warmed up leftover pizza for my dinner. I made a nice salad to go with it, so the meal was tasty.
After dinner, I watched a Netflix rental I had seen a few years ago, an Australian production called Newcastle. The story revolves around certain members of the surfing subculture in Newcastle, a coastal town where shipping is a dominant industry. The film’s cast are mostly young men in their early twenties, and two of them eventually become boyfriends. The photography’s mind blowing, and It’s a nice story too. You might want to check it out here:
I’m attended an opera this afternoon, courtesy of a friend who has an extra ticket. The opera is based on the story, Pinocchio, which I always thought was a kind of gay little tale about a man who wants a boy in his life. (Nothing too subtle about that, is there?) My friend and I might grab some dinner out afterward, so it should be a nice way to spend the second half of my day.
Have a nice Sunday, friends, wherever you might be.