It’s a warmer day in St. Augustine, but still a trifle cool.
Just returned from the Katura restaurant (next door to the hotel) where I had my favourite Thai Curry. Speaking of which, I really am enjoying my dentures—now that I have finally gotten used to them. I mean, it only took me three years of avoidance, but I suppose all things in their proper time.
In a way I’ve always operated that way. If it didn’t work the first time it was probably because the time wasn’t right.
The Azaleas are beginning to bloom, which is a good sign. Not only are they beautiful in their own right, but it also means that warmer temps are on the way. Okay, I mean warmer for here for all those who are about to jumps me on account of ‘Cold Country’ temps, but even there the temperatures are starting to moderate.
I have a new background musician. Since CBC mysteriously dropped my young musical prodigy, Lucas Porter—probably wasn’t multi-cultural enough coming from Nova Scotia—I’ve adopted a very talented violist (Keith Hamm) from Rosebud, Alberta. I mean, who couldn’t love someone from a place called “Rosebud?”
All kidding aside, though, he is a very talented young man—recently appointed principal violist for the Canadian Opera Company Orchestra. Have a listen: http://ca.news.yahoo.com/blogs/sideshow/applebees-waitress-stolen-id-drivers-license-154712609.html.
The re-writes are coming along splendidly. Now at page 57/226. It doesn’t seem like much, but it’s 4 or 5 finished pages more than yesterday—unless Microcrap has screwed them up.
Hope all is well.
Until next time,