Sunday, December 9, 2007

What a week!

What a week it has been. Sparkly Seacow was in the last week of her play, Ali Baba and a Few Thieves, (which requires lots of driving kids around, preparing stuff for the cast party, etc) Ms. Geranium (aka Ms. Ether) was preparing (sewing like a mad woman) for the "No More Shopping Days 'Til Peace" sale she had dreamt up, she and I attended and played a song at the Bereaved Parents Support Group's remembrance service (I intend to write more on that, maybe tomorrow), I had three rehearsals and a gig (maybe more on that tomorrow, as well) and in-laws are visiting. It's all good stuff, but I'm tired.

4 comments:

T.R. said...

Hi Ed,

Thanks for stopping by the blog and I appreciate your comments. I love Crayon! I'll try to post more photos of Oklahoma for those curious folks who've never been there. Where you getting all that snow?

Distributorcap said...

you were part of the viral story thread that i finally put a denoument (sp?) to.....

Crayons said...

Hi Geranium

Thanks for the comment on Moleskines. The U. Bookstore has some, as does naughty Borders. The best selection is at Barnes and Noble West, but don't tell the wife that I even set foot in that store.

God, you are setting a furious pace in your unemployment. I'm so sorry I missed Ali Baba. I thought there was a performance this coming weekend.

Suzy said...

What???? Crayons goes to Barnes & Noble?!!? Oh, the horror, the agony, the grief ...
Well, it's better than Borders. B&N gives money to Democrats. Borders gives money to nobody. At least that was what Jim Hightower said.
It's a funny world when University Bookstore starts to look like the good guys.
Maybe Enriched Geranium could become a local and independent Moleskine dealer, or perhaps a door-to-door Moleskine salesman. Does Moleskine make books of musical notepaper? He could require his bass students to buy them. He could become the official rock star endorser of Moleskine: "I write all of my songs on Moleskine music paper."