September 29th, 2001

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Reluctant jazz

Oddly enough, I'm writing from the office. Just stopped by to work on a loose end or two on my way to Jazz Alley. I'm meeting three women from church there-- each has a unique way of getting on my nerves. That's my hangup, not theirs. They're wonderful people and I'm an impatient ass. It sure won't get any better if I don't make any effort to be with them and get to know them better, so I go.

I'd rather curl up on the couch, to be honest. Not to avoid this particular company. I just don't feel like being out, or social, or anything at all. All in all, however, it's a pretty pleasant thing to be reluctant about. Jazz is good. I do count myself blessed. I'm just being honest about the rest.
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I love Jane Monheit

Just back from Jazz Alley: Saw The Clayton Brothers Quintet and Jane Monheit. Only two of the three ladies came, and their company was excellent. Jane was stunning. I am in love.

Let me mark how blessed I've been for the past couple of days. On Thursday, I had Nate's help with bulletins, then adjourned for Mexican dinner and margaritas before Community Group. Friday was a day off; in the evening was pizza and Cool Hand Luke with Markus, Ben, and Walter. And then tonight's outing. I'm not grateful enough.
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