|New Graffiti, Riverfront Trail|
Getting together is such a tricky thing. I'm pretty sure that Alison would have liked to bike on Patti's side of the river but I also knew that time was a factor. Plus, Patti couldn't bicycle in the morning etc. etc.
Alison apologized for confirming with me late and said that she understood if I'd made alternate plans. I told her to get out of town. I had not made alternate plans. Alison wasn't sure if she had enough pep in her step, hence the delayed confirmation, but surmised, about the time that we reached mile one, that she was doing just fine.
My bike, on the other hand, is not doing so fine. I kept wondering why it was leaning on the couch -- especially after I had already set it upright. I have not one but two flat tires. I really wish that the people who drink on the Riverfront Trail would take the extra step and dispose of their bottles properly. I might be able to fix the front tire but I'm not going to even mess around with the rear one and that's $15 bucks plus tax per tire...
The 'Fugee (hvala puno) surprised me with tickets to the Fox Theatre's production of Dirty Dancing. It was kind of funny because I had also been invited to a meditation event featuring Sri Sri Ravi Shankar but that didn't pan out.
|Fancy Light at Fox Theatre|
I felt like Shallow's voice entered at my head and went to the bottom of my feet. She has such a powerful voice.
It was nice to see that everyone kept their phones off, except for one person toward the end of the show who couldn't resist texting someone. Lots of people dressed up too. Wish that I had taken a picture of Arabela's shoes and Christal's boots.