GLAMOUR TEA PARTY (Chapter II. A Woman and Her Keytar) /// I always thought that people who showed up first to any party were insane or at the very least slightly masochistic. To say I wasn’t surprised that this Woman was the first one to show up that night would be understatement. She had a penchant for striking up a chat with anyone, but only about particular things like the songs she could play on her keytar she carried around everywhere with her; or literally anything about the castles she owned and how she would theme each one for her own parties. It all felt a little strange to me before I heard the news that day, but now everything felt more normal than this strange experience I was in. While I was taking her picture she asked if I had any requests for songs to celebrate the divorce of my parents for later that night, but before I could answer more people started showing up and she quickly moved on. Not that I really wanted to get into it with her at that moment anyway. Was everyone really this happy my parents were getting divorced or was it because they always threw insanely fabulous parties like Gatsby? I was about to find out. .