After last weekâ€™s post, I headed out to a motorcycle show with my dad. As we walked in and moved through the crowd while taking in the live music, I kept thinking, â€œThis sounds like Prince.â€ Then, it became clear, a Prince cover band was definitely in the house â€” and the singer must have watched Purple Rain a few hundred times because he knew every note to every song, not to mention every signature dance move. It was mesmerizing and I watched the gathered bikers in their black leather jackets and boots dancing right along, just as excited as I was.
Iâ€™m glad I had that dose of entertainment because the rest of the week has been rainy, cool and full of too much work. It’s time for an adventure! When Iâ€™m really into the work Iâ€™m doing, I forget to stop, stretch and take care of myself. Soâ€¦Iâ€™m starting that now. Time for a mini Friday break!
In other news, I hope you have better weekend plans than I do. My Saturday involves two back-to-back tax appointments in the morning. Eek! Iâ€™ll be wearing my metallic gold sneakers for good luck and hoping for the best. 😉
Have a great weekend, friends!
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