Yesterday’s pic shows the snow we got here in Salt Lake. It’s snowing as I write this, too. Where did spring run off to?
Archive for April, 2011
Did some laundry yesterday, and as normal Sadie wanted to be right in the thick of things. She can’t help but get up on the bed while I’m folding warm laundry.
I’ve enjoyed the Michael Bay Transformers series thus far, and this one looks to make it even better. Though I don’t like the new love interest, I wish they had kept Megan Fox. That won’t keep me from watching this movie when it comes out.
Earlier this month, having spent some time with the new Foo Fighters album Wasting Light, I posted the above tweet. Yesterday my good friend Lauralee posted this:
When I pointed out that she had posted nearly the exact same thing I did, but two weeks later, we had a laugh. Cause that’s what friends do.
Miss your stupid face, Lulu.
A day behind, again. This is a flower bed near my apartment. Love SLC this time of year.
This is yesterday’s picture, but the big game is today. Real Salt Lake plays the second leg at home against Monterrey tonight at 8pm MDT. If you’re going to the game, let me know, and if you’re watching from home look for me in Section 6 in the southeast corner of the stadium.
Yesterday’s picture is actually an older one. It’s the boiler stack that rises behind my apartment building. On an overcast day a few weeks ago I snagged this one.
Posted in Concerts, Music, tagged a perfect circle, cee-lo green, concerts, damian marley, Deadmau5, eminem, foo fighters, lollapalooza, muse, my morning jacket, nas, Nas & Damian Marley, the cars, ween on April 26, 2011 | 2 Comments »
Lollapalooza will celebrate 20 years this summer in Chicago (though they took a few breaks here and there), and the lineup for the three day festival in Grant Park has been announced.
Headliners, as rumored, include Eminem, Foo Fighters and Muse with My Morning Jacket, Deadmau5, A Perfect Circle, Cee-Lo Green, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley & Nas, The Cars and Ween giving main support. The lineup, I must admit, isn’t Earth shattering. Though it is good, solid, worth the money, it isn’t up to par with Coachella or Bonnaroo.
Are you making the trek to Chicago this August for Lollaplooza?
Earlier today Sadie curled up next to me on my couch for a nap. I could help but take a picture of her.