The quieter you become the more you can hear ~ Ram Dass

Monday, August 9, 2010

MIA -again & Regrets I've had a few

I just came back and I'll probably be posting only sporadically after today.  My son is coming home in a few days and will be here for 2 weeks. I've got some stuff to do before he get's here.  I'm sure when he's here, I won't have a lot of  computer time.  Since he's going to be here longer there's a much greater chance we'll get to spend more time with him.  I'm so excited to see him ;-) 

I've got my Alphabe-Thursday's done for the next two weeks already so I can at least make sure I don't flunk out of summer school.   

When hippie and I were dating, he was a BIG Pink Floyd fan.  I loved them too, but not as much as he did.  I believe it was in 1975, they were supposed to play at Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh.  Hippie got tickets for us.  We were so excited about going to it.

Shortly, before the concert we were arguing.  I think we even may have broken up.  Anyhow, I still could have gone with him to the concert but I refused to go.   He got in his little yellow VW Beetle and went by himself.  Ha, that'll show him I thought.

He had a grand old time and I sat home on my butt, doing nothing.  We got back together after he returned and I always regretted not going to that concert.

He saved the unused ticket all these years,  ha.


Julie Schuler said...

I would have saved the fight for after the concert!

Name: female, not even with a capital F. I shit you not! said...

Think I've done some dumb shit like that myself. :0(
Cut off nose to spite face.
Kids do and say the darndest says Art Linkletter.

My name is PJ. said...

Enjoy your son's visit.

Love the concert tale!!!

myletterstoemily said...

have a wonderful time with your
son. i drop everything when mine
comes home!

~~Rhonda said...

Have a great visit with your son! Hope you have no regrets after that. :) ~~Rhonda :)

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

We loved Pink Floyd! We saw Roger Waters in concert last year....same great sound.

Enjoy your son's visit!

Sandi said...

Oh...that was probably a spectacular show! But, you know, maybe missing it made you less likely to miss other opportunities that came or will come your way. It all turns to good, you know? :-) Rock on.