Weak Week

Thursday, January 13, 2005

Another week passed, and painfully little of interest to report. I went out on Friday to the Overdrive, which, sadly, was almost as horrible as I remember it. I've never really dug the bar scene, much less the scuzzy bar scene, though I can't think of many bars in this city that aren't either:

1) Scuzzy
2) <15
3) Scuzzy & <15

I was there for John's sister's birthday, and it was nice to see some of those guys and girls again, but man oh man. Saturday was a bit better, I met up with Dan, Amanda, Darren, Trinity, and Lauralee from the restaurant sat with us a while. It was a quiet evening which was just what the doctor ordered, but fun, too. Dean Papadatos & Dino (Ted) were in, so I sat with them & Sean and Nicole for a while and then stuck around to close the restaurant.

Sundays and Wednesdays are practice days for the band, and we went for about three or four hours on Sunday (and 1.5 on Wednesday). The new songs are pretty good and I'm excited about playing them live. We have a show in Edmonton next weekend (Jan 22) and we should know by the end of the day if we're playing a show on Jan 21 in Saskatoon (Amigos) or in Calgary (Weeds). By which I mean that if we haven't heard from Calgary, I'm taking the Saskatoon show.

Otherwise, not much else to say. I just picked up The DaVinci Code, I've only gotten about 5 chapters in, I've discovered that Futurama was a great show after all, and finally got Mariah's computer operational and loaded Rollercoaster Tycoon 3 on it. They've added a bunch of new features as well as bugs and difficulty, but she'll probably get the hang of it eventually.

I'm thinking of starting a new blog (even though I don't have enough material for this one) of writings, ramblings, and so on. A Poem Tome if you will. We'll see.

3 comments:

Dave Noisy said...

First Comment!

Ha!

Dean said...

Dave, you're such a pervasive internet personality. I'm becoming convinced you don't exist outside of cyberspace. :)

Dave Noisy said...

Pretty much...my life fills up most of Google, and little else.

heh..wouldn't that be funny. =P