But before I enlighten you, I shall announce that last Friday, Avalinity had its first rehearsal in a long time. Both me and SaSa have been working on a whole lot of new songs (meaning: we’ve spammed each others with demos) , so it feels great to start working with those songs!
I’ve had a troublesome mind lately, and felt blue a lot, so it feels good to have the pack back.
Then, the Saturday after, I payed a visit to Olivia, whom invited me over for a Halloween-dinner before her departure to London.
After a mummifyingly good dinner accompanied by beer, to the soundtrack of Corpse Bride, I poured us some drinks, Like a Lincoln, and we moved onto the first movie of the night; “Sweeney Todd
I must say, it was a fair long while since I last saw that movie, but boy, it was just as great as I remembered (and forgotten) it!
After that, it was time for the next movie: “The Unfortunate Events of the Baudelaire Orphans” accompanied by cupcakes.
This is one I haven’t seen before, but I do sure regret it, as it was just great!
Olivia also made certain that I would turn into Count Olaf once I grew old.. Hum.. I can see the resemblances..
Well oh well, after the movies and a stroll through the forgotten city, we recited the the chambers to play “Fahrenheit”, and I miss say that I’m getting real tired of your shit Tyrome!
(Even though his name actually is Tyler..)
Truly marvelous night!
I think I listened a lot to Sisters of Mercy.. Do you like them?The Monday, and along came the storm Simone. But I had a dinner to attend, and no class 3 (later class 2) storm would keep me away, beside from maybe coming home again. I just needed some magic first!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EE_uG1xlp8M
So through fallen trees, stormy highways and vicious winds, I made my way towards the residency of SaSa!
So, the dinner! The star was chicken, followed by a dessert of chocolate- and pumpkin-cake! But not in the same cake, of course.
Marvelous dinner in any case!
It was decided to dine in their conservatory, were we talked about even more than I can remember. We shared a god portion of laughs, me and Kaz~ played a word-game in Japanese (I lost….) and discussed Visual Kei-music, which is always interesting since I do favor the whole 89-93 period, and her taste is of a more modern kind.
It was a great dinner, and I’m glad to have such friends!
I was offered a ride from a nice gal named Petra, whom dropped me of in Olivias neighborhood where I so spent the night.Since then, the week have passed until now, the day of Halloween.
And I am no worse than the rest of you, so I made the day spooky(ly tasty!) with this:
I can easily count the numbers of times I’ve celebrated Halloween on the fingers of a man without fingers, so when I’ve so far been at two Halloween-dinner this year, I’m more than delighted!
It’s beyond doubt, that these gals love Halloween, do you?