Hey. So Super Fat Tuesday has passed, and the Democrats are still looking at a neck and neck race for a nominee.
Well, the election is kind of interesting this time around, at least.
Last night I went over to Ryan and Jamie's place, and Jamie made fish and rice and salad (kudos, Jamie). We watched a bit of No Reservations, and Anthony Bourdain was in New Orleans, and between watching him stroll the French Quarter and eat cajun food and having recently listened to tales from my friend Jennifer after her recent return from a trip to The Big Easy, I'm ready to head back to Lousiana for some food, music, and fun.
After dinner the Steanses engaged in a musical jamboree, with Ryan on bass, Jason on guitar, and Jamie on keyboard. We're still a little rough, but we made it through a couple of songs (including an original that we're still working on), and Mel came in and sat with us, enjoying both his pain pill and the music.
Anyway, I'm intrigued by the idea of the Steans family as a functional musical unit, so we're going to keep after it, I hope. I have visions of us eventually quitting our day jobs and touring the country in a brightly colored bus.