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WHAT I’M READING: Easy Prey by John Sanford, Double Deuce by Robert B. Parker, Motion to Strike by Perri O’Shaughnessy, Say it With Poison by Ann Granger, Q is for Quarry by Sue Grafton and Icehouse by Minnette Walters. You may think it’s not possible that I’m actually reading all these books at once, however, I actually am currently at different points at each of them.
WHAT I’M LISTENING TO: Room for Squares by John Mayer. (Listening to hottie John Mayer both on CD and…last night…LIVE, BABY! See below)
MOVIES I’VE SEEN LATELY: OK…Karin….I’m going to say it…you know what I’m going to say….here I go…FINDING NEMO!!! WooHoo!
COOL TELEVISION SHOW RECENTLY DISCOVERED: That would HAVE to be AMERICAN CHOPPER. This show is so classic! It’s a reality show, which is always a plus , and it is about a father/son team that build motorcycles. If you are thinking, “Eh…motorcycles? Not my thing, babe.” then I can completely relate! This is exactly what I thought before I started watching the thing! It is so great! The dynamic between the father and the son (Paul and Paul Jr. or Paulie) is so powerful and real. They clash almost daily, yet they really love each other, and both aspects of that relationship are explored. When it comes to the motorcycles themselves, Paul Jr. is an amazing talent, and even if you are not into motorcycles, you can’t help but be overwhelmed by the pure artistry. Also…one last plus for the show…did I mention Paul Jr. is a major hottie? Because he is. He’s a hottie. Major. Hottie. Check it out!
WHAT’S BEEN GOING ON: My number one big event is the AMAZING concert that I just attended with my cousin Karin and my friend Cathy. John Mayer (did I mention John Mayer is a hottie? LOL Because he also is. Major Hottie) and Counting Crows.
I left right after work on Friday and drove for eight and a half hours to get to Yucca Valley, where my cousin lives. The next day, she and I jumped in my car and drove for three hours to San Diego to meet Cathy and hit the concert. Concert ended at midnight, Karin and I drove back to Yucca, getting back at 4 in the morning. Then today, I made the eight and a half hour trip back home. Tomorrow morning, I return to work.
You might ask…was it worth a hundred-some-odd dollars and almost twenty hours driving crammed into a couple of days just to see John Mayer in concert with Karin and Cathy?
And the answer is a resounding……HELL YES!!!!!!!!!! Every penny and every minute.
More on this and other various and sundry subjects later, thanks to all my faithful readers.