Water temperature in our neighborhood pool reached 68 degrees today. If it was warmer out I’d be in there. I read Thursday’s and Friday’s New York Time this morning, brewed a cup Yogi Rejuvenation tea and headed down to the basement to paint. I got one that I like a lot. Again, I had plans for it but I didn’t get there.

I have to look around for an alternative to Yogi Tea. They changed the graphics on the boxes. It’s now glued shut like a small fortress and the tea bags are sealed in a type of paper that is almost impossible to tear open. I started to do the yoga stretch that is pictured on the box and I read, “Before doing this exercise or participating in any exercise program, consult your physician”. My doctor would live that.

We rode downtown with our neighbors last night to hear a band of Eastman students outdoors at the Village Gate. We sat down in front of Bodhis Cafe and Monica and I both ordered hummus and cucumber sandwiches. Peggi ordered chicken and I think Rick had something called “Big Bertha”. After dinner we rode over to Abilene where a Cajun band was playing on the deck. Danny has a pretty comfortable spot here. And the juke box is a sight to behold with Colorblind James Experience and Personal Effects first two record. We were checking it out with Mrs. Colorblind. There is a pretty cool podcast of the CBJ’s Dylan night from 1992 at that Colorblind link. Brian Horton does a version of “Dark Eyes” shortly before his heroin od.


4 Replies to “Rejuvenation”

  1. i agree about the yogi tea teabags. i emailed them about the difficulty opening…u really need scissors to open them and wtf if u dont HAVE any scissors at your tea-making station…and got a totally unsatisfactory answer. i emailed right back that whoever emailed me needed a brush-up in customer service.
    and speaking of beverages, i remember in indiana, steve hoy would have a coke every morning. or wait, was it pepsi? hey! that’s the popwars tagline…coke vs. pepsi!

  2. Brian Horton still had a few years left in him in 1992. Seems they could be considered “short,” though.

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