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Rosy’s mom was minorly injured in an accident, which caused us to be distracted and miss our stop
We finally figure this out and get off, then walk about 8 blocks uphill to the pub
At the pub, I get hit on by a very drunk middle-aged lesbian
Bellini interviews Andrew Johnston–who I love–and I totally didn’t know he was going to be there
Bellini and Scott sing a song they wrote 20 years ago, Scott keeps messing up and it is adorable
I have a heart arrhythmia and Rosy, being the awesome human being she is, goes out to buy me Gravel, and then I force her to continue enjoying the show
Scott walks passed me from the washroom, I introduce myself as the heart problem girl who called into his podcast, and we begin a long and awesome conversation that must be continued at his next gig–BTW, he tells me there will be more gigs in Toronto
The arrhythmia hurt like hell, but it was only a small portion of the evening. Otherwise, it was fucking awesome.
I feel like my dash has gotten way slow. It may just be that it’s summer and tv shows are over, but it has gotten kinda boring.
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Brooklyn Nine Nine
Switched at Birth
Call the Midwife
The West Wing
Parks and Rec
Anne of Green Gables
I don’t know why this made me cry, but, he is just fantastic. The ability to sing and have that pure talent is such an incredible gift and I think we sometimes take it for granted. I am so thankful for the things God has blessed me with in my life.