Thursday, January 26, 2006

Well, it has been for-absolute-ever since I've posted and I apologize. I went for lunch with Chris & Dana today and Chris was commenting on my lack of posts. I complained that I had nothing to write about, but alas, blogs are just about everyday life...so I always have something to write about.
Today is my 11th day in a row at work. Yuck. Since Monday was Canada's federal election, we had rehearsals all weekend and on Monday I worked from 10:30am-2:00am. Wow, was that ever a long day. After being live-on-air for 5 hours, we finally finished and I could go home. It was actually an amazing show with very few glitches. I think we ended up looking pretty professional.
I recently saw the amazingly talented Jacob Moon http://www.jacobmoon.com with special guest Evan Champagne. I had never seen Evan before but he is a very talented guy too. http://www.evanchampagne.com It was a great show and I highly recommend seeing either of these guys.
We continue to have crazy weather. Yesterday was a snowstorm and tomorrow the temperature is rising to +8 C. I'm not complaining as the winter cannot end soon enough for me. In fact, we have been pretty lucky so far. I thought we were off to a bad start with a few snowstorms back to back, but overall, it has been pretty mild with not a lot of accumulation. Fine by me...bring on the summer.
Speaking of summer, Char & I have decided (more or less) to do a trip to New York this summer. I can't wait. I've always wanted to go to New York...there's so much to see and do. We need to start planning right away. If anyone has any suggestions or tips, please let me know!
In other "breaking news" my nephew Jesse cut his first tooth yesterday. Way to go Jesse! (making his dental hygienist mom proud!)
The Curious George movie is coming out soon. I'm not sure I'm excited about the actual movie, but the soundtrack should be amazing with songs by Jack Johnson, Matt Costa, Ben Harper and G. Love. Wahoo...what a great line-up. Should be great. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000CR7RDE/103-0007761-3095855?v=glance&n=5174
I'm heading to see Art Garfunkel in February. He is playing at Massey Hall in Toronto which, in my opinion is the perfect location to hear his voice. I think I'm equally excited about the possibility of getting him to autograph my "Old Friends" concert poster. Apparently Massey Hall is a great place to get an autograph.
That is all for now...

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