Tuesday, 27 January 2015
A good day
I went out last night to see Cahalen Morrison and Eli West. They popped in to town to do a house concert on their way to the Celtic Connections festival (listen out for them on Mark Radcliffe's Radio 2 show). They were fabulous, but I'm not usually out on a Monday evening so (a) I did NOT want to get up this morning and (b) I had to watch Broadchurch on catchup while I had my breakfast. Don't judge me; I just didn't want anyone to spoil it for me.
I made up for the slow start though. I've sent off a story, an article proposal and a reader's letter, I've taught one yoga class and prepared another for this evening. Probably be asleep by 9pm.
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I have no idea who they are but it sounds like you had fun and that's the main thing. I hope you manage to catch up on your sleep ok :)ReplyDelete
Thanks, Joss. Yes, I'm firing on all cylinders today. ;-)Delete
Still, it sounds like the concert was well worth it.ReplyDelete
It was an amazing night, Dixie. Such a privilege to be able to chat to the musicians.Delete
I've been enjoying listening to some of the music on Celtic Connections on TV and wish I'd gone to one of the concerts in Glasgow. A productive writing day for you.ReplyDelete
A story, article proposal, and letter, plus teaching class? You did great even with the late night. Have a wonderful weekend!ReplyDelete
Love it - Sounds like hitting the town on a school night brought out your organisational side - and there is nothing wrong with going to bed at 9pm (my kids often stay up after me as I don't have the energy to keep my eyes open that long). :-)ReplyDelete