I’ve found myself returning a lot to the title track – “These Easy Nights.” It’s the third song on the album, and has become the one that I’ll hear in my head when I’m not listening to music.
I’m excited for this Friday, when I’ll be participating in a special 20×2 On Tour event in Chicago! It’s a two-night thing, and I’ll be part of the Friday show at a new location: the Upstairs Bar at the Virgin hotel.
Today, Liz and I spent the morning and afternoon tackling the second floor. We’ve decided to refocus our efforts on the second floor, and the best thing we feel is to clear as much space as possible.
As a bunny owner, seeing moments like this is just a great feeling. Not only is the cuteness just over the top, it’s a signal that the rabbits feel comfortable enough to leave themselves “vulnerable,” in such a pose.
Over the course of our time in the basement, I kept taking my knife out and putting it back in my pocket. Later that night, as I was upstairs changing out of my work clothes, I pulled not one but TWO pocket knives!
Liz and I have had a “lunch date” on the calendar for something like 4+ weeks now. Things have been a little hectic the last month or so, but things finally slowed down enough to where we were able to meet up for a quick little get-together, downtown. She didn’t tell me where we were going, and just said to…
Liz and I spotted this, while walking home from work today. At first, I saw the picture of a dog and assumed it was some kind of pet thing. But on closer inspection, I realized it was a mobile grooming spa.
I’m introducing things in a kind of non-linear way here. Mostly because I want you to experience the same process I experienced, earlier today. So first up, I’d say watch the video below. It’ll give you a bit of context about the song, and after it dives into the specifics… give a pause. And then keep on reading.
While Liz was working on mulch and addressing spots near the fence and garden boxes… I was working on cleaning up the perimeter. Specifically, the growth on our neighbor’s yard that’s been spilling over into the lawn.
This past week (several weeks, if I’m being honest) has been pretty stressful. As of Friday, I’m just now starting to relax and unwind a little.
In terms of a happiness gauge, the flop is up there with the binky.
Spotted this while standing on the Metra platform. My first reaction was “cool!” My second was to grab my camera and snap a picture of this thing as it was barreling down the gravel along the Metra tracks.
While walking home, I spotted some of the valets on Washington just kind of hanging out. In particular, one guy who was perched on the Detour sign, looking down the road.
Remember that this was a test, so the goal was to put something in the scanner… then scan it, with the result being a new JPG/image on Julie’s laptop.
It was successful, and the resulting recursive affair tickled me a great deal. Let’s recap: