Good morning, South Windsor! Today is Friday, Friday, gotta get down on Friday, party and party and party and party and YEAH! July 20, 2012. There are 163 days left in the year.
So, The Yogurt Siren brought to my attention that I showed my age recently by referring to the ”
“I don’t think we have Rock & Roll anymore,” she said with her face scrunched in serious thought. “Didn’t Rock & Roll die when Pearl Jam was still wearing plaid, flannel shirts?”
The Yogurt Siren’s Q Score has plummeted to the point where I can no longer communicate with her on any level.
Oh, and he’s been backtracking ever since.
“You’re only a little bit old,” she said yesterday morning.
I shouldn’t take offense. I mean, how hurt should I be getting swiped at about my age from someone who still says, “Peace out, yo”? The 1990s called and they want their catch phrase back.
Here’s your Daily 5:
1. At 10 a.m. at the South Windsor Library, there is Lullaby and Goodnight, which is for children ages 6 months through 2 years, offering 15 minutes of sleepy stories, rhymes and songs followed by 45 minutes of free play. No registration is necessary.
2. Register for several camps available at the South Windsor Parks & Recreation.
3. Shabbat and Worship Services at Temple Beth Hillel.
4. Help me out. Isn’t Double Trouble Duo Band redundant? Twice? Well, you can figure that out when you go see them tonight at 7 p.m.
5. There’s a lecture by Alyce Perry Englund, "Compete, Leave or Change: the Challenges of Connecticut Craftsmen, 1800-1820" at 1 Elizabeth St. in Hartford at 6 p.m.