There’s also apparently an Asolo Rep brunch Sunday morning, but I’ll be bopping from the Jake’s Downtown special sale (Jake’s superchicks Karen and Andrea just acquired the Life is Good store in Naples, and they’re hosting a sale at their home to clear out some of the non-L.i.G. merchandise) to a Ms. Conduct meeting in Ellenton, followed by the usual mass-hockeyness Sunday afternoon.
Oh, AND I scored tickets to Saturday's "Club Forty" event for Forty Carrots. I'm really excited, but I need fashion help--what should I wear? And how should I dress CCB? More on that later this week.
Sunday morning, CCB and I contributed to Goodwill in a different way: My brother-in-law, Captain Slack, just sent us his old turntable, so CCB and I went to the Bradenton Goodwill to sift through their vinyls. Foregoing the pile of Christmas collections, seven different copies of The Sound of Music and about a gazillion Barbara Streisand albums, we picked out a variety of classical hits, a couple of Gershwin compilations, a rock collection with the hockey-appropriate title Power Play (featuring Blondie, Pat Benatar and Journey) and Kenny Rogers’ Ten Years of Gold—“Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)” rocks hard core. I am not ashamed.
That being said, anyone know of any good record stores in the area?
"I got up so tight I couldn't unwind, / I saw so much, I broke my mind."