Thursday, October 19, 2006

Slack Jaw

A few things -

  1. Do you know how hard it is to eat left-over pizza when half your face is full of novocaine? I do. I hope the numbness wears off before my all-afternoon meeting.

  2. Sorry to those of you who read me via bloglines or some such and are seeing that I have dozens of "new" posts. I've jumped to beta and am tagging all my old posts. I will be done in a day or two.

  3. As a certifiable old lady (mentally, if not literally), I want to know why live music is such a late-night activity. I mean, plays and dance concerts start at a reasonable hour, so why does your favorite band not go on stage until 11:30? (Yes, Chris and I crapped out on our plans to hear the Detroit Cobras play last night, because the show didn't start until 9:30, and we knew that with an opening band, the Cobras would not take the stage until a time that is (pathetically) too late for us to be up. Sigh. At least we got to use our date night to have dinner out together.)


  1. Seriously. How am I supposed to stay up until two in the morning?

    And who wants to hang out and watch my kids that late?

  2. Here's my novocaine tip. First, don't drink coffee before you go to the Dentist, unless it's in the afternoon. Second, drink coffee AFTER your visit with the painful novocaine needle. For some reason, caffeine counteracts some of the effects of the drug. Tons o' coffee after your trip can prevent you from slobberin' on yourself for quite as long...

  3. Oh, and shows start late because the band members usually don't wake up until 4pm.

  4. yep.. that's why p-man quit the band... out for dinner tho' that's good. My birthday comin' up and I am all paranoid sitters... what we gonna do.