Monday, May 4, 2009

where I am and where I wish I was

I am at work. Where I wish I was is at The Dead preparty across the street from Rosemont Horizon (that isn't called that anymore, but it will always be that to me) where they have a display of artwork by members of The Dead, including Jerry's. And after looking at all that artwork, I would be getting ready to go into the Dead concert and dance my socks off to some awesome tunes. Alas, I am at work, checking my email constantly hoping to hear back from the headhunter woman about what the company thinks of my resume. Something that probably won't happen today. But I still cannot seem to stop checking my email. AH, do I wish I was going to the Dead show tonight, even though Jerry's not there. I've heard some of the live shows on Sirius, and Warren Haynes is doing a great job as lead guitarist and singing many of Jerry's songs. He's not Jerry, but he's doing really great considering what he has to live up to.

AND, I booked our honeymoon! San Francisco watch out, we're coming for 6 days! Better be prepared to hook me up with some delicious WINE! And, if you really knew how to make me happy, you would have Grateful Dead music playing at some point during the week... whether it be a cover band or a side project by a member of the band, I would greatly appreciate it.

1 comment:

Lisa Leggett said...

Congratulations on your upcoming wedding! San Francisco is wonderful, my husband and I go whenever we have a free weekend!

I saw your "Steal Your Face" icon and followed to your blog this afternoon through another blog that you follow called "Ruby Slippers" which I surfed onto thru Cake Wrecks. Did that all make sense? Hm. Anyway, it's funny, what, where and to whom surfing can lead you...

I'm a big Dead fan too, and I'm lucky, lucky because I get to go see them tomorrow night in Mountain View, yay!! Can't wait, it's been so long since I saw them all together. I saw Bobby play with Ratdog last summer which was great, but it's not the same.

Anyhoo, just thought I'd say hello.
Have a Grateful Day!