Time for young people to get out on a boat again.
I keep setting myself goals to post here more often. And then I keep failing to meet them. I don’t think that the world needs to hear every random thought I have but I do want to be able to put some writing up here for posterity. At least I’d like to have my own copy of the amazing photos that I put on Instagram and witty bon mots that I cast up on Facebook from time to time.
So I’m experimenting with ways to more easily post to this site. This one comes from my note taking application of choice – Bear – let’s see how it goes.
Did I mention that I took child 1 to see The Flaming Lips at the Opera House last week? Well I did and it was fantastic. Possibly the best live show that I have seen in quite a few years of watching live music. If you get the chance go and see them live – you won’t be disappointed.
Continuing our series of “drink wine older than the kids” this week I have poured a 1999 Annie’s Lane Shiraz from the Clare Valley
We have a new tradition of drinking wine on a Sunday that is older than the kids. This week’s treat is a Tyrrell’s Vat 9 from 2000.
It’s been a little while but here’s a lyric;
What a brave, brave girl
Never lied before
Such a plain deceit
Everyone would eventually know
Happy 25th birthday to my favourite album. I wear a t-shirt with this picture on the front and no one has a clue what it represents.
Every Friday I’m going to post a favourite song or lyrical phrase that I have listened to in the last seven days. Here is our first;
“Dayglo jesus on the dash
Chalk marks on the road ahead
Friendly fire in hostile waters”