I hope your weekend was a good one! Mine was nice and relaxing. Read a little bit, ate out, caught a flick with Hubby and went to a great little concert with a couple of girlfriends.
I’m reading The Accidental Tourist by Anne Tyler. I downloaded a free sample onto my Kindle last week and started reading that at the end of the week and just had to find out what was going to happen to Macon. What a great read so far! Hubby and I went down to our lot site and discovered that the builders started working on our house last week. The foundation/basement has started and the concrete should be poured this week. It was so cool to see that progress has started to finally show. We went to a recommended Korean BBQ joint near the future house but learned they aren’t open for lunch so we went to Red Lobster. It was really delicious and the establishment was really nice and new’ish. Last night we saw “The Hangover” and boy was it a doozy. Funny, outrageous and just plain wrong at points. We really liked it.
Today I stopped by my folks house in Maryland on my way out to Annapolis to meet up with two girlfriends of mine, Rebecca and Alison. We used to do theatre together back in the ’90’s and have reconnected thanks to Facebook. They thought I would enjoy one of their favorite east coast singers, Toby Lightman. They were totally right with their assumption. She ROCKED!!!!! It was an acoustic show with a total of three acts performing. The show was at The Rams Head On Stage in Annapolis, MD. If you live in the DC area it is a great venue for intimate performances. They have great headliners and the room is cozy (though a bit chilly), comfortable and has fantastic sound. The first singer/songwriter was Kentavius Jones and he was brilliant. His voice was gorgeous and sensual and his songs were smooth and rich. Second up was Luke Brindley. He was very very good and could make his guitar produce sounds I never would have thought could be made by a single instrument. Toby Lightman was the headliner and I really could have listened/watched her perform for many hours more. Her voice was so beautiful, rich, strong, soft, emotion filled and enjoyable to listen to. All three performers were incredible guitarists in their own right as well.
Here are a few videos of Toby Lightman. Enjoy!!