This month I turn 30. To mark such a remarkable event, I’m spending every day of October drenched in awesome-sauce.
After work, I went to Jackman Public School and voted. YES! My candidate won the riding.
I then dined at Toronto’s best restaurant, The Old Nick.
From there I chilled until it was time to head to the Horseshoe where rock and roll was to be had, and rock and roll was had. I saw Entire Cities (who I nearly called The Entire Cities). The were fun as usual. It felt like old times as I think the majority of the songs were from Deep River, their previous album. They sounded good, and Simon’s sporting a lovely beard now. I wholeheartedly approve.
I’ve learned through my years how to work at concerts, whether it’s answer support calls from teachers while sitting on the floor of the Mod Club, or answering emails on my cell phone. So, even though it’s report card time, I felt okay going out. What was weird was working, rocking, and also following the election.
WOO! Liberal Minority! I like minorities. People have to work together. I like McGuinty, he hasn’t been a bad leader.