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Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Father's Day weekend

This past weekend was good. On Friday I submitted a job app for a graphic design position and I haven't uncrossed my fingers. Feeling like something had been accomplished, I took Shannon out to a movie (The Lake House, which was good) and to have a drink. Saturday is a blank - not because we had too much to drink but simply because my mind is a sieve. On Sunday we went to mass with Shannon's family in the morning, then Shannon and I played video games with Amber and Paul. In the afternoon we went to Backbone and played croquet on crazy hilly terrain and had grilled burgers and hot dogs. On the way back Shannon's dad took me on his motorcycle. The spare helmet was comically undersized for my immense noggin, and looking at myself in the rear view mirror I realized how ghastly pale I am, but otherwise the ride was smooth. After we got home, Shannon went for a ride too, while I called my dad, who seemed to have had a good day too. In the evening we went back over to Shannon's parents' for a bonfire, where we made s'mores and listened to the 70s rock CD that Shannon and I made for her dad.

Tracklist:

1. Radar Love - Golden Earring
2. Werewolves of London - Warren Zevon
3. Dead Skunk (In the Middle of the Road) - Loudon Wainwright III
4. Magic Carpet Ride - Steppenwolf
5. Slow Ride - Foghat
6. Back in Black - AC/DC
7. Sweet Home Alabama - Lynyrd Skynyrd
8. Another Brick in the Wall - Pink Floyd

posted by Bryce at 9:19 PM / 2 comments

nice cd!

oh my, i have never seen that backbone website before! eek. they should hire you! it's kind of embarrassing and it definately doesn't do the place justice.

by Blogger jazz at 6:10 PM  

There are some other sites (with slightly better designs) with info about Backbone, but that one had the most pictures. I find a lot of websites of places around here that I would like to redesign. For free, even!

by Blogger Bryce at 6:23 PM