I'm on a blogation. I'll still be reading your posts through Google reader or Bloglines every few days so I can keep up with what's happening in your lives/head. As always, you can email me - shmeder at gmail.

I won't be coming back here.

Monday, July 31, 2006

I get it

It looks like someone needs to clean the camera lens... but I kinda think it looks cool too.

I think I have recovered. Not sure just yet. The jury is still out. I went to bed starving at 3am Saturday after dropping drunk Joel off. I got up at 5:30 am to start getting ready for my clinical. I think I need more than 2.5 hours of sleep to be fully functional. I was surviving on adrenaline from the previous night. BTW, the show was fantastic.

I went with Kath, Joel, Rosie, and Kevin. Thanks Kath! I had a great time!

My favorite conversation was with Georgia Chuck about the girls next to us that made Ween shirts but sat down for the entire show. They stood for the beginning of the first song and then just started falling asleep. Teem Ween, as they called themselves, was a huge disappointment. Georgia Chuck and I concluded that Teem Ween player #1 was the one that made the shirts, bought the tickets, and made the other 2 girls wear the shirts. They (2 of the 3) showed absolutely no interest in the show (Flaming Lips included). A stoned-out-of-his-mind fella was nice enough to get them high and they still didn't perk up. They were a waste of prime Red Rocks seating real estate. They weren't even puking. Therefore, by Red Rocks standards, they were fine.

I was able to hang out with a bunch of my friends that I haven't seen for awhile at their bus before the show. The bus had a working kick-ass toilet so I didn't have to wait in the porta-potty line. These things make my life better and happier. Rosie and Kevin took advantage of the toilet too. Rosie: Kap, was the bus/motor home owners name. Kap is short for Kaplan (according to his business card). It still doesn't explain those crafty shoes of his...

At clinical on Sunday I was able to watch a caesarean section in the morning. I love watching surgeries. It makes me want to get into OR nursing. Later on, I almost got to see a natural birth but the baby was going into too much distress so they eventually had to do a c-section on her too. I was standing up all day Sunday but enjoyed it! I know for certain that I do not want to be a labor and delivery nurse. It's cool but just not my thing.

I got out early, came home, and passed out.

It's good to be alive. Great weekend!