Thursday, March 17, 2011

Sing, stalagmite, short week

I made a stalagmite (OK, my freezer did)


I went to see The Waifs at the shabbily beautiful Forum Theatre last night. They were fabulous - the sisters' voices are gloriously powerful and Josh's guitar work is goosebump-inducing. I just love being part of a crowd all singing along with a live band. There was a lovely sing-a-long to Bridal Train last night. "All the girls arooouund Austraaaalia..."



I timed my (solo) arrival very well. I only had to hang around on my own for about 10 minutes before The Waifs came on stage. Not that I was really too bothered about being on my own in such a big crowd anyway.

It's Friday tomorrow already! Yay for public holidays (Monday was Labour Day in Victoria, to commemorate the successful campaign for an 8-hour work day).

4 comments:

Shelley L. Snyder said...

Here in Canada our Labour Day is the first Monday in September.

Leo said...

Hey Jayne.. Have you seen these fotos of NYC?

I love your blog.

Frisky Librarian said...

Hey Shelley. I wish ours was in September. We have a lot of public holidays in the first half of hte year and few in the second. Other parts of Australia celebrate it at different times too.

Hi Leo. No, I haven't. They're stunning! I think that Gapstow Bridge at sunset is my favourite - I have a photo of me in front of that quaint little bridge. Thanks for sharing. And thanks for reading my blog. It makes me happy to hear you enjoy it.

All the time in the world... said...

mmm absolutely agree...love them too. loving your blogging