Monday, October 23, 2006

Monday Morning 10am...our fearless hero is...well he's typing this...but he's been awake for 2 hours now...and having recently adventured to Calgary...a place where they openly accept their Redneckship (made up word) with something called the Stampede...something their brother to the north...could never do...but anywho...we left on a bus and our hero asked himself continuously why does this feel like the longest drive known unto man...when it's only 3 hours long...3 hours of Hebrew, music (until i ran out of batteries...which was due to Karma) nad talking to those people sitting close to you on the bus.

Then you arrive in a place that seems to have been forgotten by time where things from the 90s are still cool...don't ask me what they are cuz i'm still stuck in the 80s not that i remember them...but that's not important...we arrive at a church it's big and we find that they have given us one room for the choir to change in...hmm...and all we thought was "where's Thothy when we need him? Sobe anyone?" we practice and then we're taken to a place that seves their tea in vaporizers...the Old Spaghetti Factory...now you know what their employees are doing in the back while they make your food and what that green stuff is in the garlic butter...that makes you eat like 6 loaves of the bread...but dinner was good...i was sitting with very enjoyable company...then we went back i learned to tie a four-in-hand knot...thanks Irishman...the service was good...what can i say we sang all those Lutheran favourites from "Amighy Fortress is Luther", "Luther's One Foundation" "Lift High the Luther" and "Hark the Voice of Luther Calling"...i'm going to say right now that those titles are only out of jest and i apologize profusely to anyone that becomes offended by that...but then we began the journey home

which was spent mostly in the dark...not that i'm complaining...we watched "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" and i learned i don't nearly now as many of the words i thought i did...the one sitting beside me thought it funny when i started to make up words to something that's supposed to rhyme...but no it was good...i got writer's block and eventually got into the question game...with things like most romantic date, worst date...mmm broken ankle...most attractive thing to find in opposite sex, and unattractive, and my favourite perfect shoe size...then we arrived home...after much stimulating commentary...to watch the battle of Helm's deep and converse on going back in time for love...it was good but now i'm back...anyways onto life

Quote of the Day: "Heroes with powers are a dime a dozen...finding a hero without powers is really worth reading about" Stan Lee
Song of the Moment: Forever and a Day by Boy Hits Car...come on great song with great band name...how can you go wrong

Thank You Come Again
Stay Clean Kids...I can't believe i called myself the "fearless hero"...and made a trip to Calgary sound so cool...lol

8 Comments:

Anonymous Amber said...

well done, eric. well done. I actually had to laugh out loud a few times, especially at the hymn titles. And I'm Catholic!! ha ha.

see you in choir.

10:48 AM, October 23, 2006  
Blogger Furious Rodimus said...

Thos were sweet dude. I find the drive down to Calgary is a good one for clearing my mind and gaining perspective on things. Then again I usually venture out alone when I go to so yea.

3:25 PM, October 23, 2006  
Blogger Hot Pink Snow Angel said...

Just think how fast those 3 hours would have gone if you had listened to my music the whole time! It really is too bad that I didn't think of that till after. So sorry.

I think i have to hear about your date with the broken ankle! it sounds potentialy funny!

Oh, and guess what you missed on T.V. while you were riding in a dark bus- one of your favourite songs is in it . . . !
(your never going to guess right, just so you know)

3:33 PM, October 23, 2006  
Blogger Nav said...

I love (LOVE) Calgary. We really are very cool, once you get to know us. I like the drive, only if I'm driving though. Bussing it sucks.

5:33 PM, October 23, 2006  
Blogger Leah said...

It was a funny story...it was so funny I actually joined the conversation after that...it was kinda ackward at first though....

But THAT story was hilarious! Way to go muffin :0P

5:38 PM, October 23, 2006  
Blogger Neal said...

Sobe bottles and mixed company do not mix...

That is an experience best shared in the privacy and company of 13 of your closest male friends...

10:33 PM, October 23, 2006  
Blogger Ash said...

"music (until i ran out of batteries...which was due to Karma)"


Karma, indeed.

*laffs*

4:51 PM, October 24, 2006  
Blogger Justin said...

Just a litte FYI if you ever run out of battries, I always have battries with me even though I don't really need them anymore

8:13 PM, October 24, 2006  

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