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Banjo as Civic Duties

Posted by Joanchek on Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Exciting morning here;  it was Laine's first-ever election day.  She was excited and took the whole process very seriously.

I worked this morning, gave an estimate for a new job (much higher than the budget the client has to work with--I do what I can but I have to charge what I charge) and played a good bit this afternoon.  Didn't play particularly well, but it was passable.  That's ok;  I had a good time and the windows were open.  I understand that the British word for this kind of day is "lushty" and it's a perfect description of a perfect spring day.  It's a smidge dry here, but nice soaking rains are incoming at the end of the week, they say.

Long day for us Pennsylvanians.  I think I will turn the news channels off for a couple of days;  I'm saturated.

4 comments on “Banjo as Civic Duties”

banjotef Says:
Wednesday, April 23, 2008 @4:52:57 AM

A day without TV is like......well, a day without TV!    It's very good to sometimes turn off the noise and take  a break. 

TopCat Says:
Wednesday, April 23, 2008 @8:48:28 AM

I understand that the British word for this kind of day is "lushty"

Not really Joan, I think that fatbanjo made it up! Or maybe it's a Gloucestershire thing. Whatever, I still kind of understand what it  means...maybe spring is finally on the way!

Joanchek Says:
Wednesday, April 23, 2008 @8:52:08 AM

Fatbanjo says:  Lushty is Bristolian for totally nice, along with Gert Lush which is slightly bigger and yes you have have my my licence to preach! Keep it real and if if you casent which means can not keep it in yer hand-bag (purse)...

TopCat Says:
Wednesday, April 23, 2008 @1:47:55 PM

Oh lord he's really got you converted to this stuff hasn't he!!! ;o)

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