You like me. You really, really like me.
I have been gently chastised twice this week for not blogging more. It seems I do have a few readers out there. I'm sorry that my life hasn't been blog-worthy of late. I'll try to change that in the near future. Until then, here are a few measly tidbits to keep you in the know.
- Saturday night I had my first rehearsal with Midlife Chrysler, a band comprised of a few guys that we go to church with. They've lost a couple of members over the last year and asked me to sing with them during the Christmas musical. We had some fun but, by their own admission, they are a bit unorganized so there wasn't much I could sing since we didn't have any lyrics. I will be compiling a list and some leadsheets so that we will have some fodder for the upcoming rehearsals. I must admit that most of our songs so far seem to fit the "southern rock" category but I suppose with a name like Midlife Chrysler that's to be expected.
- On Sunday afternoon some folks from our lifegroup went bowling. I haven't bowled in 4 years and I was anxious to see how bad my game has gotten. Well, it was really, really bad. I was outbowled by a couple of 8 year olds. I hang my head in shame. I hope that if we do this again we can try a different bowling alley. We went to Lynnwood Bowl and Skate and I found the prices to be ridiculously high and the help less than helpful and rude. Actually there wasn't an adult to be seen running the place. It was entirely manned by teenagers. Danger Will Robinson! I'll definitely be taking my bowling dollars elsewhere in the future.
- Sunday night found us at the Douglass home for their annual Oscar party. We arrived late but everyone filled us in on previous wins. It was a nice night of snarky wit at Hollywood's expense.
So, there you have it. You are caught up. Thrilling, isn't it?