Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Lost in Translation
dagwood dog (dag-wood dog)
n. a corndog
"I'm going to grab a dagwood dog and a bottle of water from the stand and will meet you back by the stage."

Familiar Territory
On Saturday, headed west to Toowoomba for the AustralianlGospellMusiclFestival to see some friends from Nashville.

Some highlights include:
·Watching Sons of Korah play.
·Seeing Hans' artwork used as a backdrop for one of the stages.
· Getting matching lambies with Lisa from Bread.
· Catching up with a couple from Sydney who I met in Nashville.
· Getting to spend a little time with some familiar faces.

It was good, and it was sad. For a moment, it felt like I was at a random festival in the States. Same people. Same atmosphere. Same green room food. Same everything. But it was nice.

We just stayed backstage to watch the show instead of trying to battle the estimated 10,000 people out in front of the stage. (See where we were as indicated by the arrow on the overhead photo from the local paper).

A Conversation
Phil: [to me] What are YOU doing here?
Hans: This is my fiancee'.
Phil: NO WAY! Pete, did you know they're getting MARRIED?
Peter: Yeah, I know. Isn't that great?



Apr 18 2006, 08:35 am

THAT Phil and Peter?
Didn't you wanna just pack yourself in an equipment trunk?
Sounds awesome!

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Apr 18 2006, 08:07 pm

eeeeeEEEEeeeEEeeeEEEEEEEE! :)

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Apr 19 2006, 07:04 am

was that MY phil?

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Apr 19 2006, 08:29 pm

Yes... I put that for you two. :P And yes, I wanted to crawl in a case. :(

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Apr 20 2006, 08:20 am


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Apr 20 2006, 09:36 pm

"Dagwood Dog." Sweet!

How about "let's get some dagwood dogs and get pissed!" (Sorry for the 'p' word, but you might ask what that means!).

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