Sarah and I left Huntsville at around 1:00pm to go to Birmingham to attend City Stages. I thought I booked a hotel in downtown Birmingham, which would have enabled us to just walk to City Stages. Unfortunately, Google Maps deceived me. Picture 1 shows what my original google maps search turned up. The Comfort Inn was supposed to be in downtown.
I do write about everyday happenings in my life. I try to keep these to a minimum, but sometimes real life is the only thing I can write about.
I am anxiously awaiting this Friday. What is this Friday, you ask? City Stages of course.
City Stages is a music festival held down in Birmingham, Alabama. We originally were only going there Saturday to see Flyleaf and Yellowcard. Sarah talked me into getting a hotel room for two nights and attending for a full three days. The music festival should be interesting since neither one of us has been to a music festival.
The past two nights have consisted of me laying down for a nap at about seven in the evening. My intention is only to sleep twenty minutes or so, but I end up sleeping for hours.
Today I was surfing the Internet right after dinner and could not keep my eyes open. I laid down for a quick nap at around 6:30 or so.
Sarah woke me up around 12:30 in the afternoon, complaining that she’s been up since about ten and she was very bored.
“I want to do something,” she exclaimed.
I, on the other hand, just wanted to go back to sleep and sleep the rest of my day away. I need to take the advice of another blogger in How to Become an Early Riser.
I jokingly e-mailed Sarah this morning and told her that we should go to the midnight showing at the new Rave Theater here in Huntsville. Without even checking her e-mail, Sarah found out that X-Men 3 was playing at midnight. I told her to go ahead and buy tickets. She did so at about noon.
Only after arriving at our theater at ten o’clock in the evening did we realize that both screens for X-Men were completely sold out.
Although I went to Stratford, Texas this past weekend to see my grandma, it was a really good opportunity for hanging out with my dad and brother.
As you can see, I have the groovy long hair. You know you like it!
I’ll be flying out today to the great city of Amarillo, Texas to visit my ageing grandmother. She’s not in the best of health right now, and I was encouraged to go see her while she’s able to be out and about. Unfortunately, this may be the last time I see her alive. She is a great woman and I will miss her dearly when it is her time go home.
My first real post in my blog and I have to write about something embarrassing.
I am in training this week, and on Monday I got to class about 7 a.m. I was drinking my coffee and I crossed my legs. I noticed a large black shoe. I said to myself, “I thought I put on brown shoes this morning.” I looked at my other shoe and gasped as I noticed I was wearing a black shoe on my left foot and a brown shoe on my right.