Long Distance Runaround
Kiss And Say Goodbye
Things & Stuff
Neal Boortz - Neal's Nuze
says thank you.
2009-12-17 - 12:30 p.m.
Short post today.
Laila is getting a bit more affectionate. When I'm sitting at the computer, sometimes she'll put her paws up in my legs for skritches.
She also likes it when I step out of the shower. She'll let me pet her as much as I want.
Maybe she's just pleased that I survived all that water.
Well, we STILL don't have a confirmed address for the gig Saturday.
I still plan to clean the drums sometime today.
By the way...some drummers cut holes in the bass drum head to improve the sound. I don't. So there's no worries about this happening.
Got a new game in last night. It's a test piece - evidently some guys made it in their garage. It doesn't look it, though.
It's easy to play. I think it'll do well with the customers. We'll be doing weekly reports as to how many tokens it takes in versus how many tickets it pays out.
Okay. I have laundry and cleaning to do.
Be seeing you.
0 comments so far
Previous - Next - Leave A Note - Random
THE LEGAL STUFF: All content on this site that was created by me is copyright 2006-2011 Dave Marron. This diary features the sole opinions and experiences of one person, namely me, the person who is paying for the space. All incoming email is subject to publication or other distribution by me in whole or in part at my sole discretion. Anything else on these pages including any comments belongs to whoever created it. In the interest of safety and accountability, no anonymous comments will ever be allowed here, ever, for any reason in the entire history of ever. The comments section is part of my paid presence on the web, and is used by my readership to supplement the things I have written here with relevent information in a polite manner. Comments that do not fall in that category are subject to deletion at my whim. Your use of my comments section constitutes the understanding of this statement. If you want to leave a comment and you're not a member of Diaryland, go here. If you are a Diaryland member, here's the login screen. News excerpts used here are for educational purposes and are permitted under the Fair Use Doctrine.