Sorry it's been a while folks. A lot going on here in Boston if you haven't seen in the news. The Sox are on another crash course to a World Series win, some college in Newton came back from down 10 with 2:00 minutes left by some miracle. And our own Northeastern Huskies, well, they have a game this weekend. It's homecoming and we kicked off the week with a show by Jim Gaffigan. He talked alot about bacon and Jesus and there have been some jokes that linked the two...but I don't really remember, I just remember laughing.
Speaking of Jesus (how you like that segue), Monday night I'm going over to BU for a speaker series with Eli Weisel (author of Night and a million other books) and the "Jewishness of Jesus." Mike McD told me about and he went to the first two parts of the series and just said you know you're in the presence of a great story teller when you sit and stare at the 80 something year old man for an hour, absolutely captivated.
Back to my week this week, Tuesday night was the Meet the Court event where our boys TK and Chris Bourne represented Kappa Sigma to the fullest. Always fun to watch guys do karaoke and make fools of themselves. Good luck to both of you guys Saturday, let's bring home the crown.
Afterwards Adams and I went to Conor's for a drink and ran into a bunch of people I hadn't seen since freshmen year which was cool. Still catching up with people 7 weeks into the semester. It ended up being a much longer night than anticipated and I'm pretty sure Steve is still passed out on his couch, three days later.
Last night I worked and since the Red Sox were playing at Fenway the store was pretty dead. Hopefully tomorrow night won't be so bad. It makes the shift go by much faster when it's busy. Then after work tomorrow it's time for float building and Midnight Madness. It sucks that it's supposed to rain all day Saturday, not only because it means the family isn't going to come out for the day, but also because I don't remember a homecoming where it didn't rain. Thought five years trying I'd get at least one, but oh well.
Bruce has been occupying much of my time. I sit and watch the setlists if I'm home. So far the shows have been pretty entertaining. Pulling out some classics and some not so classics which is cool. Meeting Across the River into Jungleland and the Thunder Road the other night have been two of my highlights so far. Downloaded all the shows and have been living with them on my iPod. No tickets yet, but I'm hoping to score some for Albany or one of the two Boston shows.
No classes tomorrow, just work at the scheduling desk then work at CPK. Got to love the free meals. Looking forward to the new menu rollout in a couple weeks to see what they are going to add to it. Luckily they are only dropping a few things and nothing that I absolutely love.
Life is good no complaints on this end. In closing here's a little something I wrote about music in my life:
You are my soul
Your bass line fuels
Your lyrics guide
You are my companion
In good times we celebrate
In bad we mourn
All the time with me
You are my confidante
In darkness I whisper your words
In the shower I scream them
Only you know my secrets