Monday, April 21, 2008

7th Wedding Anniversary

Holding true to tradition, I took our wedding anniversary as a vacation day from work.  I treated my wife to a membership to a professional massage therapist (I'm not all that good at giving therapeutic massages) and shortly we'll be heading off to a nice dinner.  I was sitting here tinkering with geeky stuff when my neighbor (a florist and a fellow cyclist whom I have helped a few times) dropped off my wife's flowers. 

I've been completely disconnected from work for four whole days now and with the exception of Friday morning, the weather's been great for a long weekend.  I'm not ready to go back to work, but our beautiful Kansas City Weather streak is coming to a temporary end.

Random Tunage:
Armin van Buuren & DH Shah - Going All Wrong  (AvB Extended Remix)
Sasha - Who Killed Sparky (Exclusive emFire Edit)

Both of these are newish progressive tracks that are simply amazing with mind-blowing riffs, hooks and builds.  Check them out, even if you don't like electronic music.  They're on iTunes.


Sirrus Rider said...

Congrats On your "lucky 7" Noah!

Chuong Doan said...

Yeah congrats! I actually rode out to the Casa Paloma ride last night and was wondering where you were. Acceptable excuse though!

Apertome said...

Happy anniversary, and congratulations! Now let's just hope the seven-year itch doesn't set in. Heheh.

Frogman said...

Feeling the "itch" yet?

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