I act because I like to be other people for just a little. Or at least get inside their heads. This Saturday I’ll have the terrifically taxing role of a playing a woman at my own birthday party and…she’s into being gluten-free. That part will be quite the stretch for me.
When I was little, my first acting was probably in the make-believe games I’d play. I liked to play royalty. We’ll get back to that.
So I needed to use that citron vodka from all my Cosmos
That and this sounded like it could be a manly girl drink, not in name but in hard alcohol ingredients. I do love a good man-girl drink, like the mo-ellen. Oh did I just mention that?
Really guys, I am going to keep trying to get attention for the Mo-Ellen until I see it on a bar menu.
The name of this drink, “Little Princess” I don’t love. I am not a princess.
I’m a queen, always have been.
Back to playing make-believe.
My friend Anne and I used to play with my mom’s dusters when we were quite young. Imaginative sorts that we were we used them like scepters and pretended we were royalty.
Me mum had two dusters, a slightly raggedy feather one and a poofy wool one dyed in orange hues, if memory is not totally failing me.
Now naturally we both wanted the pretty colorful one. Why?
That was the feather queen’s scepter. Total duh!
But I was such a brat. I always insisted on having that one and being feather queen and Anne got the tattered one and was merely the feather princess.
I am surprised we are still friends. Fortunately I got a wee bit more giving as the years wore on.
For instance, years after she moved away she came to visit one summer, and I shared my gothic splendor with her. We were about 15. She had white-blonde hair when she arrived and I put her back on the plane with jet-black hair.
I’m surprised her parents let her still be my friend.
Enough. Here is the drink. It’s tasty, maybe even better than a straight up vodka martini, but the name blows. I’m gonna go chill out with a duster now. On my couch(I.e. throne).
Little Princess from The Bartender’s Companion
1/8 oz. dry vermouth
1 3/4 oz. citron vodka
Stir it up and garnish with the twist.
Please don’t wear a tiara.