I stopped by the house to see the progress and it is looking very nice. Isobela said she still had some tweaking to do, but it looked fine to me. I'm going to have to get busy on the floor and ceiling! While we were there Binwa stopped by and we chatted about beaches in LA and Thailand and water temps and all sorts of stuff. She's pretty cool, just wandering around the Metaverse chatting with people.
I heard Elisabeth talking last night about the voting thing in her Red Rabbit Boutique so I was going to add it to my daily rounds, but when I arrived I saw it was one of those just hit it once ever things; so I did. It's a pretty cool store, but specializes mostly in girly stuff so I didn't hang around long.
Friendly Fire played at JSP Island on the Festival stage for the Music Awareness - Bringing Music to the Masses celebration presented by JustSoulPromotions. A most excellent show. Eliz had played before Mack and Case and she is very good, the Shamaines played next but I didn't get to hear them. And as always as of late, Ya gotta get up, stand up, dust yourself off; we're gonna Do It Again!
I bought some wood flooring and installed it in the house upstairs and down. I'm very happy with the way it turned out; though I still have some work to do on the brick patio outside. The original contractor used some mis-match stuff and it really should be straightened out.
In the course of working on that I discovered an open area under the house, just barely big enough to stand up in. There was a hole to get in to it just to the right of the front door. I'm going to keep it as a secret guy's clubhouse for now; no one tell Isobela about it. I made a trap door over the hole and painted it to look like bricks so she can't find it.
Though the weekend was winding down, we were cranking it up at Nightclub Echo Echo, the Metaverses Premier Rock and Roll Club, where the Who's Who of the Metaverse hang out. Hey, I was there! The Metaverse's favorite Glam rock politi-pop power punk show band was rockin it for Funday Sunday! Mack and Case sang a cover - Tainted Lobe! That was cool. There was one slight mishap though, Ajay had hijacked the controls of Mack's poofer and went crazy with it. Case never has these problems. Ajay kept going on and on about how she was amusing herself greatly.
Following Friendly Fire, Sunday Night Mayhem and Madness with DJ Jocelyn and The Tracy had a 60's theme. It was fun dressing up, and fun last night with punk grunge, but I wish we'd had a day's notice or something to get ready. Ajay's hair stared out a wonderful shade of purplish orange but all of Tracy's haranguing amusing herself right there on the dance floor turned it pure white! The poor dear!
I asked the hostess if DJ Jocelyn t-shirts were considered 60's garb, and received an affirmative reply. I don't think DJ Jocelyn heard or, else I would have likely heard an earful about it too. Silly DJ Joce calls The Tracy 'Streetcorner' yet was showing 10 times as much skin as Tracy. Hmmmmm. And near the end of the night DJ Joce dedicates "The Who - Won't Get Fooled Again" to me, but I don't know why. I'm not even sure who had gotten fooled. She is quite the conundrum.
And I know a secret.