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On the Road Again

Last Thursday (i.e. a week ago yesterday), Kelly and I, along with a group of friends, went to check out Willie Nelson at the Fillmore. This was the second time I have seen Willie, but for most of the group it was their first show. Needless to say, Willie didn't disappoint. He played for two hours plus and all of the tunes you would expect/ hope he would play, he did (btw, Willie has published over 2500 songes in his career - think about that, you play for 40 years, that is still over 60 songs a year - now that's prolific).

At the show Willie, of course, gave the crowd a great rendition of On the Road Again, a song that I usually like. I say "usually" because, after this past week, I'm not sure Willie and I see eye to eye anymore. Since the day after the show, I've been traveling. First to Hawaii for a few days of r and r, then to LA for the EconSM conference and then to Phoenix for a meeting. I'm typing this post form the Phoenix airport, waiting for my flight home.

Anyway, according to Willie:

On the road again

Goin' places that I've never been

Seein' things that I may never see again,

And I can't wait to get on the road again.

So yes, while I did go to places that I never been (honolulu and phoenix) and saw things that I may never see again, nonetheless, sorry Willie, I actually can't wait to get home again. For some reason, I'm guessing Willie has a lot more fun on the road than I do.

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