Sunday, September 30, 2007

And so I'm writing with the hope that someone's reading...

For Jon's birthday we got Jon (and the whole family, really) This awesome little instrument. It is something we have been wanting for a while and decided to just do it. Next week Darian will start taking piano lessons. The cool thing about this is that she can practice using headphones so as to not disturb the neighborhood. It has a beautiful sound and weighted keys. We all love it.

Then at last eve's show our friend, Sean Nelson, played a Posies song in honor of Jon's birthday. It was very sweet. Jon even jumped up on stage in the end. What a sweet gesture. I'm so happy I got it on video!

And then we met with Jon's family for a birthday brunch this morning. They surprised me with a gift card for my birthday that just passed. After brunch we went over to the book store and I picked up two autographed copies of books that I have been wanting for some time now:


I'm really excited to read them. Alan Alda is in my top 5 list of people I would love to meet someday.

Now, I'm off to sticking my nose in a book. I hope you all had a wonderful and fulfilling weekend!


Anonymous said...

hilarious guitar solo...I gotta post some video of his Alaskan show when he had Rick and Mike playing drums on the guitar case.

I love that book title...ha ha...things I overheard while talking to myself...that's great. I love him too...I should check that out.

Anonymous said...

That is great! And my favourite song too... :-)
Soooo wish I could have been there. Thanks for sharing.

Melodie said...

I love Alan Alda too!! I have (and have read) Never Have Your Dog Stuffed. I felt so bad when I read the part about Polio! I haven't read the other one but will have to get it!! I also have the complete collection of M*A*S*H. I watch it every nite when I go to bed. It's like an old friend.
Love, Aunt Mel

Melodie said...

OH! I have a piano very much like that.....but I've yet to find a teacher.


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