Saturday, November 10, 2007

So much for my picnic. I've spent my day pretending to be a hardcore rocker, dancing around and singing to artists including but not limited to: Bad Religion, The Who, Free, Judas Priest, Black Sabbath, Frenzal Rhomb, Green Day, and Deep Purple. I also watched School Of Rock, which always seems to make me wish I was a punk rocker (without flowers in my hair). I think I missed my calling, I should have learnt to play the bass. Is it too late?!

10 comments:

Rosemary Grace said...

I lived in North Melbourne for 3 months in 1989, went to Errol St Primary. Lovely city!

Stace said...

I'm down in the South-East, near the beach. Very nice on days like today!

Aidan said...

never too late to learn my love...
think of you now and always


Aidan

Stace said...

Darnit honey, you're not supposed to know that I dance around like a moron when you're not around!! :) missing you

Frank Baron said...

It's (almost) never too late. And it's FOR SURE never too late in your 20s and 30s.

Debatable in your 40s.

You got a shot in your 50s.

Don't be it - dream it - in your 60s.

What was the question again? in your 70s.



I still got a shot. ;)

Hilary said...

That Frank guy kinda makes a bit of sense for someone who fishes for bass rather than plays it.

Geesh you guys are sweet.. you and Aidan.. not you and Frank. ;)

Keshi said...

lol ur cute Stace.

Keshi.

Jewel said...

Heaven's no, it's not too late to learn the bass. I only started seriously playing the piano when I was 23, so you have a great opportunity, Stace. Now me, I'd love to learn to play the guitar, mandolin or banjo but I don't think I have the patience for it at this stage of the game, so I'll stick with the piano! I used to dance like crazy, believe me! Loved to dance!!!

Keshi said...

Stace a big TY for comin ove n making me feel much better. HUGGGGGGGGGGZ!

Keshi.

lee said...

Yes! The Who! And do learn the bass-why not? Such an "oomphy" instrument.