Saturday, December 31, 2005

Year-End Wrap-Up

You know you're living in Austin when it's 77 degrees on New Year's Eve and you're watching little kids learn to ice skate on top of Whole Foods Market to the strains of AC/DC's "T.N.T." Our excuse for a winter wonderland is a little odd, but it sure beats having to shovel snow.

Thanks to everyone who came out for the Ron Titter Band debut on Thursday. It was a fun show and we're looking forward to doing more gigs next year. Special thanks to Attic Ted and Churchbus for sharing the bill.

Also, I found out yesterday that Ladies' Nite at the Continental Club raised $890 for the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. That's a lot of flowers, kids! Thanks again to everyone who had a hand in that production.

I'll be spending New Year's Eve at David and Rachel Wyatt's annual house party. Good friends, sexy ladies, a cool buzz, and some Jackson 5 on the iPod is all I need to cruise on into 2006 like a pimp. Not a mean pimp, mind you, but a happy pimp. The kind of jovial pimp who's beloved by hos and johns alike.

I just hope I don't vomit in the bathtub again. Happy New Year!

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