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... br> went to see Billy Currington who ended up being a disaster as he was sick. Not
like last year where we got less then an hour of music, these two guys played
and rocked and played for over 3 hours for a ticket price of $35.00 in kind of
an intimate smaller environment, although for the next 7 days it will be the
site of the rodeo and will be filled with cowboys and cowgirls watching and
riding and roping all kinds of animals, bulls, horses, calves ...
... clothes washed and I enjoyed a chance to get to know Fridman a little bit better.
We dropped Fridman off at the lot afterwards and unplugged our RV so that we could drive across the road to an RV park to dump. Emilie came along with us because we were heading to Brownsville after that to do some grocery shopping and get money orders to pay off some bills. We made it to the RV park before the show's truck that empties all of the port-a-potties ...
... like a home
On the backside of thirty, the short side of
Back on the bottom with no will to climb
Well John luckily I did not endure that sort of hardship at 30, but I do
feel a lot more vulnerable at 68. I do not feel vulnerable for myself, but for
those who I love the most. I worry about them now, and hope they are OK when I
am gone. But, those are the magic words, “I am ...
... will be much better. Let’s just hope the audience feels the same way!
The two shows tonight were so much fun. It almost felt like the universe knew we needed good, responsive crowds and a tent full of laughter and cheering. I think I can speak for everyone when I say that we all felt a little bit like rock stars tonight. Primera represented well and proved that it’s a straight up circus town. I hope we do more than one day here next year!
And here’s ...
... out of the fridge, and
along with a package of 88 cent buns, Rose and Angie and I BBQ’d them for lunch
around 2 in the afternoon and they too were particularly delicious, just cause
we were all in the mood for a hot dog done on the grill.
Other gastronomical treats were a shrimp linguine, using the
shrimp we brought with us from Louisiana, an awesum gumbo that Rosanne made,
and a Mexican night, at Mike and Jane’s for the dud ...