Have you ever noticed how Tripping Daisy was way better than the Polyphonic Spree? Polyphonic is cool and all, but Tripping Daisy was just a substantially better.
Tonight, the wife and I are entertaining some guests. Our old room mate, Matt, and his girlfriend are coming over for dinner and quite possibly a quick game of Star Wars: Epic Duels, which, if you've never played it, is one of the best board games of all time. I discovered it when I worked at an after school day care in Nashville. I had a small group of 3rd graders who loved the shit out of me because I knew all about Star Wars. And I loved them for it. One of their fathers was Johnny Cash's lawyer, and he gave me a copy of "The Man Comes Around" when it came out.
I think Harper will be walking in a few weeks. She spends most of her time standing up holding on to things and recently I've seen her let go to see how long she can balance herself before she grabs back on. She can stay up for about 5 seconds before grabbing back on or plopping down on her ass.
Leah does the same thing.
We're playing in Waco tomorrow night, assuming that the show doesn't get rained out (it's an outdoor venue). If anyone is around, you should go to Common Grounds tomorrow night.
Earlier, Leah said that she felt like this day was going to drag. I was optimistic about that not being the case. As usual, she was right, and I was wrong.