Today's seemed a little cakier than usual, but was also thicker than usual. It's OK; I also had some sinfully rich chocolate at this afternoon's CAAIA party. There were two kinds of chocolate cake, and the one I picked was really practically pure chocolate.
Of course, Christine brought lots of fudge with her for the hockey games, so I had a few pieces of fudge last night, too. (She brought baggies so she wouldn't have to take any back to Vermont; I have several pieces in my car, to share at work tomorrow.)
Hadn't had any coffee since Friday morning, so I enjoyed a cup tonight at the show.
Speaking of the show, Dana is one of the best singer-songwriters who comes to BFG on a semi-regular basis. He's got an incredible voice and quite a range of instruments. With him tonight is Sue Pufahl, who's been touring with him for almost a year.
This is the last live show of 2003. Albums from the studio until late January, when a stunning spring lineup of live shows kicks off with Bill Staines. Plan on listening or showing up a lot.