Rock and roll life

Drove 3 hours to my band gig yesterday. Played one and a half sets before the sky unloaded on us and we had the tear everything off the stage as quickly as possible and put it in the garage (we were playing a wedding reception at a really nice house in the country). We then sorted out all the haphazardly rescued equipment,and drove, soaking wet, 3 hours back home. Got about 4 hours of sleep, and now must go to work. Rock and roll, man, Rock and roll.
On a side note, does anyone else ever hesitate making a new blog entry when the last one you’ve made hasn’t got any comments yet? I’m always afraidit will just get buried and ignored if I make a new entry. My “I Robot” entry hadn’t had much time online, and I almost hesitated in making these last two entries. Then I did obviously. Just me?


6 Responses

  1. Annika says:

    I do that all the time. But I always make the new entries anyway.
    In other news, I hope you are dry now.

  2. Simon says:

    No, lad. I have in the past waited far too long to update because I felt an entry needed more ‘air-time’. So join the club!

  3. Jess says:

    I just made, like, three posts in a row. All of them entirely for my own benefit; I’ve no idea if anyone has any intention of commenting. I just have diarrhoea of the keyboard today, I suppose.

  4. Min says:

    I have thought about not leaving new posts to see if I will get more comments on my mine. I don’t have the discipline to NOT post in my journal though, so I never get to see how it would have worked out.
    I wasn’t going to comment on your “I, Robot” post because I don’t have plans to go to the movies for weeks. Just so you know, I’d be more interested to see that movie based upon your review than I might otherwise have been. Hmmm. I guess I should have left this part of the comment in that entry.

  5. CosmicAvatar says:

    I’ve just entered some comments in various backdated entries of yours, mainly because of belated stalkeriness. Although I too did not comment on “I, Robot” as I haven’t seen it yet, although I intend to when it comes out.

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