I expect I was the only guy there in a kilt, and so attracted quite a lot of attention. Antonio thought it was badass, but he was dressed up, too.
And I loved this lady of a Certain Age, rocking Sailor Moon.
I'm saving the best for tomorrow, though. In the meantime, a musical interlude.
I have a secret
I've been hiding
under my kilt ...
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And if you click through to read Brigid's post you'll see why she is also invested in this - her Dad is fighting that same fight right now. She is so invested that she's made an enormously generous offer: the
Note that I've modified the rules - all donations will get a copy of her outstanding book, because I'll buy them myself for her to sign. So not only can you get a great read, not only can you support a great cause, but you'll help drive her rankings on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. And you can watch me riding in a kilt. If you screw your courage to the sticking point.