Monday, August 21, 2006

Weekend Outline

Thur & Fri : ProTools 101 Class with Christopher Willits @ BAVC. Excellent course. Lots to learn about audio in this program. Excellent teacher. And I got to hang out with two employees from Lucas Arts. Woot.

Tummy went completely ballistic and I was up in the middle of the night, searching my medicine cabinet for charcoal tablets.

Why? Because they absorb whatever is leaving the proverbial faucet on in your system.
Saturday morning started rough, but by mid-afternoon, I was good and able to eat solid food. Charcoal and potassium ensured I was okay!

Saturday: Training with GRID Alternatives. Learning how to install solar panels on low income housing. Partnership with Habitat for Humanity in Santa Cruz. After training had brown rice and peanut sauce at the Saturn Cafe. My server Danny was awesome. He was also very gracious and cute. And I was ashamed because I think I eclipse him by at least 5 years. But very cute. He had a POET t-shirt on that I admired and he made me the most PERFECT soy milk shake.

Saturday night: Mucho-crasho. I got home and listened to Selected Shorts on NPR and read a little bit of By the River Piedra I sat and Wept (the other book I have been tarrying to read) and fell asleep.

Sunday morning: Woke up. Zeli called. We prepped for an EARLY Stern Grove morning for Ozomatli. We got there at 9:10 and the place was PACKED. I could NOT believe it. Thank GOD Ameena and Ernie were there at 8:45 to get us some lawn.

We created a new bevvie: the limonosa, consisting of champagne and TJ's sparkling lemonade. I imbibed alcohol starting at 10:30 in the morning. We played Uno. Crew was called to let them know they needed to get their a$$es there EARLY, because the meadow was going to be closed.

The weather was typical Stern Grove - grey & misty. Like Stern Groves of old.

Concert came, Crown City Rockers ROCKED. I twisted my hair.

Ozomatli came on. They had a violinist with them.


I am tired, need to be on a bus for 2 hours. More show later.

1 comment:

Ah-muh-nuh said...

Yummmm, limonosas. That was by far the best!