July 27, 2006
Duncan Larkin is my hero
It's been an alright couple of days, relatively speaking. Things have started to catch my interest. I look for (and find) more things to do at work and otherwise, and it seems I've just gotten up when it's time to go to sleep again. I had a really good workout this morning - the kind of tempo run I'm famous for bailing on, but today I nailed it. I hardly ever stare into space, and haven't cried since Tuesday. Tomorrow is the "public" wake for my friend, in the form of a show at a bar, with a slideshow and eulogies and bands covering his songs and a cover charge. He was a musician and this thing is being put on by members of his latest band. This, to me, is hell on earth. For a while I was pretty adamant about not going, but a few people I know have expressed an interest in meeting early, before the bands and eulogies (but unfortunately not before the slideshow), just to hang out and maybe talk, maybe not. And to my utter surprise, my husband - even more of a misanthrope than I - said he sort of felt like being around people. So I guess we will go.
Posted by joe positive at July 27, 2006 6:40 PM
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