Monday, July 31, 2006

Day 19: Working for the Week-end!

Friday I had my final work-out with my trainer Doug. About half way through the work-out I was paged to the childcare which I thought would be a poppy diaper. No of course it couldn't be that easy, Angus was kicked out of the childcare for the day. Can you guess why??? He his 3 times and 3 strikes your out. I don't know what I am going to do with this kid. If anyone has any ideas or good books to read about this, please let me know.

In the evening I got a much needed break and had the pleasure of spending the evening with my dear friend Pam. We went out for dinner at The Keg for dinner and then met up with her boyfriend Murray at Copper Canyon. We had such a nice time and we were able to talk about a bunch of different things. I really have missed spending time with Pam and it was a nice evening with no distractions. I don't think Pam and I have had that type of evening with each other for years!


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At Copper Canyon Pam's man got a few Miller Lite Freebees. They were like the multiples of the 90's. Here are Pam and Murray modeling them for you.

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Pam and me

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Me and Murray, quite stylish huh?

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I also found this poster in Copper Canyon. Sweaty, the band that Jonny and I used to go and see have started playing at Copper Canyon on Saturday nights. They are quite entertaining and I swear the keyboardist sounds exactly like Steve Perry from Journey! I highly recommend you see this band if you like 70's and 80's rock and roll bands like AC/DC, Lynard Skynard, Journey, Cheap Trick, etc. (Ted, you should definitely venture out some Saturday to see them!) Unfortunately I didn't get to see them this trip, but there is always next summer!

4 comments:

Phoenista said...

The book "Little People: Guidelines for Common Sense Childrearing" by Christophersen and Graves has been immensely useful for me. So has Dr. Brazelton, but I think you already read him.

Have a safe trip to Nebraska - it was great to see you!

Cacti to Cornfields said...

Dude! SWEATY always rocked! If I best recall, a Mr. Colgan was always especially entertaining during our group outings to Sweaty.

You can never hear too many renditions of various Journey songs!!!

Tracy said...

Someday I will have to see Sweaty with you. It sounds like something I would like!

VeryApeAZ said...

I'll add it to my list! Thanks for the tip.
:-)