May 01, 2012

Singing in TX

Bones and I are up early to make our way to San Antonio for a vocal competition with his school. We have 80 chaperones and kids on my plane alone. (The band is going too and there are a whole heapin' lot of those kids.)

So I'm left to wonder, did we fill up all six flights, three from West Palm to Atlanta and three from Atlanta to San Antonio... both ways? Because how much would that suck to show up to your gate and realize you were making a two hour flight with 80 middle school kids?

I'm hoping we're the only ones on the flight. For the sake of any unsuspecting passengers.

Don't get me wrong. They're great kids to travel with, at least I know the vocal department is. When you travel with the vocal department and they get bored, they sing.

One Hundred Bottles of Beer on the Wall has never sounded so good.

But still... we're talking a large quantity of middle school kids and I'm not sure I'd be so thrilled to be traveling with them if they weren't... you know... mine.

I'll have a little tablet with me so I might be blogging from the Great State of TX.

Should any of you reside in the San Antonio area and you're bored out of your skull and want to hear a good vocal group, shoot me an email and I'll let you know about Friday's performances.

But you need to be ... you know... really bored. Heh.


Posted by Boudicca at May 1, 2012 09:38 PM

Have a good trip!

Posted by: caltechgirl at May 2, 2012 12:16 AM

Have a great trip! Can't wait to hear about it.

Posted by: Teresa at May 2, 2012 03:10 PM

If you have any time for site-seeing, go see the river walk, and one of the missions that is not the Alamo. (the Alamo is cool, but basically only one building is still standing and it's in the middle of downtown, the other missions in the area still have their full complexes and it's interesting to see how they really worked!)

Posted by: S at May 3, 2012 05:39 AM