I told the MoH I was staying up here nights. At least that way I can get my blogging done. Jeez.
Is there any reason WHY, if I don’t salivate over watching football, or baseball, or basketball, or hockey, or soccer, or poker, or curling (just wanted to see if you were paying the hell attention…) but yes, he watches that if it’s on, too…that I can’t BLOG? Well?
No. I didn’t think so.
So maybe Cafe Kelly is closed. Okay, well, don’t get too excited, because I do have to do my foodblog. Really. And I do have to pay more attention to it. At least try.
No hissy fit. Just making a statement. Now I’ll put my soapbox back under my desk for the next time.
But you can help out by going to my food blog and clicking on the vote button in the upper right hand corner. You know. Just in support. I swear there are people who are cheating. So vote for me. “Kay? Routinely. When I’m famous, I’ll put you on the payroll. We can party.
I can’t believe it’s been forever that I’ve posted again. TOO much going on. Seriously.
But I did want to share the RT’s new status as Resident Rocker. So that means I guess his name has to be different now. How about Resident Teen Rocker. RTR. And while I’m at this nonsense, I need to say some serious thanks to Scott for helping me along as I did my research on guitars. I paid attention! He’s already had his first lesson, actually practices, and sounds like he’s hitting the right notes. Okay, so that’s kind of piano lingo, but that’s all I know. He IS sounding decent and playing around with the sounds on his amp. I haven’t needed earphones once. We’ll talk in a couple of months, though. Remind me.
Strummin’ the right chord?
I’ll let you know when the first concert tix go on sale. Okay, so maybe I’m just excited because I actually had ONE kid who asked for music lessons. The oldest one took piano lessons. He wasn’t forced, and he showed some promise according to the judges at the sonata competition, but…well, you gotta practice, right? I think he now wishes he’d stayed with it more. That would have meant that yours truly would have had to keep paying for the lessons. Sigh.
And the middle one took clarinet lessons for a while. I can’t remember the details, but he couldn’t get scheduled into the school band AND have the other classes he needed, so, there went the music lessons out the window. No, he didn’t lose sleep over this. Maybe he didn’t think he could give Benny Goodman a run for his money. Or something.
But the RT ASKED! So cool. So very cool. Actually, I’m just glad he has another interest. One can never have too many. Okay, so maybe if you’re like me, it could be a problem, but still.
Yay, Scott! Thanks for the support! w00t!
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