Shhhh… You Don't Know Me

February 18, 2010

Holy fucken MAAAAD

Filed under: Daily Jabber — Shhhh @ 1:28 am

I had the opportunity to go to a concert.  Steel Panthers.  One of my favourite pseudo bands.  I didn’t go, because Tuesday is family night, where we sit down together and bond over Biggest Loser.  So I turned down going to the concert because I didn’t want to be a hypocrite, as I tend to crap all over my teenager if he even THINKS about jamming on family night.  BL is only on on Tuesday, so family night is Tuesday.

Guess what’s not on during the Olympics? 

Bawled my face off last night.  All of my friends went to the concert.  All of them. 

When I had told Logan last week that I turned down going, he told me that he was pissed at me for turning it down, and that he would have been totally okay with me going.  I said to him that it didn’t matter, watching the show with him was more important to me.

I gave Logan his freedom for the night, and I went out to the local watering hole, played pool and had a couple 67 calorie beers. 

Sucked to be me, last night.

On a side note:  I walked up to the watering hole, and I did another 30 minutes of circuit training today, which brings my workout time for the week up to 02:04:50.

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4 Comments »

  1. Two things…..1)totally jealous that you can walk to your local pub – i would be in serious trouble if i were you and… 2)i was equally disappointed and sad when i found out BL was not on last night!!! booooooo!!

    Comment by ash — February 18, 2010 @ 3:37 am | Reply

    • LOL, I love you! Actually, I live right across the street from one pub, but walk the 20 minutes to the other, cuz I like it better. 🙂

      Comment by Shhhh — February 19, 2010 @ 2:01 am | Reply

  2. Oh no! Don’t you have a TIVO? That gives you the freedom to do/watch what you want when you want to. You’ll never miss out again!

    So cute though – family night. 🙂

    Comment by Carbzilla — February 18, 2010 @ 6:12 am | Reply

    • Ahhh, but you are missing the point. 🙂 It’s about setting an example and not being a hypocrite.

      Comment by Shhhh — February 19, 2010 @ 2:00 am | Reply


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