Shower the people you love with love. . .
boy are we tired. . . Don’t rebound quite as quickly as 20 years ago. . .
We were fortunate to be able to attend the James Taylor concert last night @ the Coronado Theatre. Quite the event. . . Though I’ve never been a huge J.T. fan, I have appreciated his talent. Maggie has always enjoyed his music. We had good seats, and as usual, the sound was great. Not a bad seat @ the Coronado, sound-wise. I must say, I was very pleasantly suprised how much I did enjoy the show. It was just him and a keyboard player, three guitars, and a powerbook for slide shows of pictures. His playing ability was way past what I expected, and his voice was full and strong and comfortable. A great raport with the audience, and it seemed that he genuinely was happy to be there. He played, and told stories, and chatted with the audience, and joked, and sang, and unfortunately, it was time to go home.
It was one of those things that you look back on, and remember fondly in years to come. “I’m glad we went”, will be said be most everyone that did. . .
I was amazed by his talent, and touched by the stories of the songs incarnations. I learned a bit along with being entertained.
Shower the people you love with love. Show them the way you feel. . . .
. . . time for tea and to fall asleep with my head on my laptop.
See ya. ..
Later. . .