[Note: the link to RI's blog was wrong a little earlier; I just corrected it. It's right now!] Happy Tuesday, ladies, from the land of Spring!! At least that's how it feels here in San Francisco this week. Smells, looks, feels like spring, what with a bluejay scouting nest locations in the backyard, the lavender bush in such extravagant bloom that my cat was tempted to burrow into it and I had to dig him out and we both ended up disheveled and smelling fabulous, and the brilliant blue skies. Our friend Haven from Romantic Inks invited me for a blog interview today and asked some good questions (check 'em out and comment if you're game!), one of which prompted me to track down the following video—and Haven, darling, I have to thank you, because MAN, I'd forgotten how much I loved this song!! What led to this? She specifically asked about my band days, and which songs I enjoyed playing the most. This one suddenly popped into my head—we used to cover it. I should specify that this band isn't, um, actually us. But that might become apparent as you watch. LOL. You might sort of recognize them. This song is a rarity of theirs—I can't even remember how my band first got our hands on it—but man it's a great song, and it sounds even better when played very LOUD (live or recorded). These guys look like wee babies in this video! Who would have dreamed that the guy with the tiny heinie in the tight red pants would one day be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize?? These boys have come a long way. :)
Anyway: any day I get to sit in my ratty old hoody sweater and jeans working on revision for my next book while I chat with cool gals on my blog and the city of San Francisco goes about the business of looking beautiful outside my window is cause for a celebration. :) How's your week going??