I’m not going to lie. As you read this, I am doing one of two things:
- I am acting administrator for my school while my boss in on a week-long field trip to Catalina Island. I could be either pulling my hair out, rocking in a corner, figuring out why the high school kids continue to use the bathroom for the little kids (which isn’t allowed), ordering supplies, or breaking up a fight. Or everything at once!
- I’m sitting in my school’s office, which is really a library with a folding table in it that acts as my desk…reading James Comey’s book, which is out today. Yes, I pre-ordered it, and yeah – I’ve been anxiously awaiting its delivery. No, I’m not a politically active person, but I do love reading personal accounts of historical periods. This will go down as one “legacy” (of many) during the era of Trump, no matter how one feels.
Chances are, I’m probably doing more of the first than the second. This is going to be a rough week in more than one way. I may need to play “Pressure Off” on repeat just to remind myself to keep breathing.
On this date, Duran Duran played at the San Diego Sports arena in 2005. This was one of the dates during the Astronaut Tour. Although it was fairly close to me, I wasn’t there. Oh yes, I know why – this was during the time where my husband felt it was “insane” to go to more than one show on a tour. “Aren’t they all the same? Why go more than once?”
Funny. I went to two shows during the Astronaut tour: Chicago and Milwaukee. Even that was out of line as far as he was concerned. Oh, honey. Fast forward to Paper Gods. Over the course of the entire tour – multiple legs – I believe I attended seventeen shows.
Yes, it was excessive.
Yes, I’d do it all again, too. “Just buy the ticket” is a good motto, because you just never know if you’ll have the chance again.
However, the point is that I was not in San Diego in 2005. Were you? Let me know!