Sunday, March 7, 2010

First, find the door

Friday night is code for spectacular.

It's been a long time since I've had a night that has been that much, random, ridiculous fun, and I'm glad it all came together... pretty much from nothing. At the end of the week, I received some good news regarding a certain school thing and as such, felt it appropriate to celebrate. I won't get into the intimate details of how the evening slowly spiraled into one of the most epic, unpredictable and hilarious nights of my Toronto life, involving high five practice, drinking red wine from the bottle during fire alarms, volleyball reunions, free shots, free shirts, and making everything awesome. You'll just have to take my word for it.

The evening started with a last minute decision to hit the steam whistle brewery (never a bad idea, really) for a concert (yes... in the brewery... genius, no?). While there, I ran into old friends, including one on stage, playing with a fantastic band called Make Your Exit.  Their music is rich with harmonies, frank and honest.  The live show was both musically inspiring and generally, a lot of fun.  It shows that these guys have been friends for years. and it goes to show that friendship can go a long way when writing some tunes.

-Brother please help me find my way home. Spent too many nights, too many tears drinking alone.