Saturday Tunes

Saturday TunesIt’s been a good week. OK, better than average. It’s been a really nice week. A friend was nice enough to watch our kids on Monday and Wednesday. (Last week of their 3 week Spring Break) She took them to the pool, had some wicked great activities, and on Wednesday they went to see Disney’s Earth movie. Tuesday, Kristen stayed home with them and took them to the Kroc Center pool. Thursday was my day, I took the kids to Sea World… fulfilling one of my lifelong desires to see Shamu. I suppose the kids had a good time too. Yesterday, the kids tagged along with me in the office for a few hours and then we drove up to Oceanside to hang with dear friends from Romeo, Fran and Andrea.

On top of that, we got our State and Federal tax returns. That was a major fast-forward towards our financial goals for 2009.

Now its the weekend. Kristen is already off to her weekly romp up Cowles Mountain. Later this morning I’ll take the dog to the beach so he can play in the water. In the meantime, I’m chilling and listening to some music. Here are the next 10 songs on my playlist. As always, selected at random and my ratings included.

#1 Only Want to Be With You by Hootie & The Blowfish ***** [classic!]

#2 Up the Spout by Mateo Messina *****

#3 O, For a Thousand Tonges to Sing by David Crowder Band ****

#4 Not To Us/Here is Our King by Todd Fields **

#5 Afterall by Jason Harwell ****

#6 Crazy Beautiful by Chasen *****

#7 Sweet Home Alabama by Lynyrd Skynyrd *****

#8 Undignified by David Crowder Band ****

#9 Absolute by The Fray ****

#10 Earthquake by Family Force 5 *****


3 responses to “Saturday Tunes”

  1. Rob Gillen Avatar

    Nice! Exciting times friend. Love your reading list by the way, crazy unique.

  2. Mateo Messina Avatar

    Hi Adam,
    Somebody sent me this page and I see I randomly landed in your top 10 playlist. I hope you enjoy the Juno soundtrack.

    I bid you well,

  3. adam mclane Avatar

    @mateo- thanks for coming by for a visit. I love that song and the Juno CD in general. What’s your new project?

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