To Grandmother's House We Go

I woke up this morning to about two feet of snow outside my door. I didn't even know it was supposed to snow. I bet all the folks out in Vancouver were wishing the Olympics were on the east coast right about now. Half of the clinics clients cancelled today because they can't get out of their driveway or are to nervous to drive in the snow, so that makes for a very quite day at work. Of course, this is the one day I forgot to bring my book, so let's just say I'll be reading a lot of news stories. I wish I could crawl in under my desk and sleep, but I don't think that would go over to well. I don't know what's wrong with me lately, but I can barely keep my eyes open by the time I get home from work. Last night I feel asleep at about 10 o'clock, slept in till 8 o'clock and was still dog tired when I crawled out of bed. I would say that I have low iron, but I really don't think that's it.
I'm starting to get the itch to buy a new guitar now, but I don't have the funds to do so. Besides, I should really get the volume knob on my amp fixed first, it broke off at full blast - not the best thing for an apartment. I kinda want to get a Danelectro guitar. They're pretty sweet, and also the pioneer of the lipstick pick-up. Very innovative.
Oh, I don't know if I've ever mention this in my blog, but I named all my guitars after my grandparents. I'll tell you their names and in my next blog I will do a little feature on them. won't that be fun?
Garrison AG500 Acoustic - Clementine, after my nan Ryan
Dean Archtop Acoustic - Winne, after my nan Goulding
Epiphone Les Paul Standard - Hughie, after my pop Ryan
GK Strat Copy - Ralph, after my granda Goulding
I'll put up pictures and tell you about about each in my next blog. Cheers.

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