We were off today. We ran the roads. The highlight was probably the free lunch time show at the downtown Halifax library. It was a preview of the annual Ha!ifax Comedy Fest. Two of the three comedians, Nathan MacIntosh and Graham Kay, were extremely funny. I mean, funny in the way you'd shoot fluids out of your mouth. Funny in the way that you tell your friends that someone was funny, but you utterly forget what the person said was funny.
I did find Nathan's website, however. Check it out. And here's where you can find out more about Graham Kay.
There was one bummer aspect to the show, which had nothing to do with the acts. We got there a few minutes before it started. I found a near-empty row. I asked the woman at the end of the row if anybody were to be using the seats next to her. By way of response, she got up, rolled her eyes and walked down two rows. Patricia was right behind me and heard the woman sigh. Patricia said not to worry, that we weren't planning to go to the bathroom that much. A very strange woman, clearly in a state where she didn't want to talk to anybody. I hope that she enjoyed the show enough to crack a smile.
Afterward, we returned to the car and drove to Halifax Seed. I read AHMM while Patricia shopped inside. She got whatever dirt or whatever she wanted, and we both drove to Bayer's Lake, and spent some time at Value Village. After that, we came back to the house and collapsed. A very long day. A very long week. And, tomorrow, the focus will be on Spring cleaning.
Or maybe sleeping in. Hard to say.
You guys have a good evening. Check out those websites, because MacIntosh and Kay are very talented guys, unlike the third act, whose name I will not mention so as not to embarrass her. You're welcome.
See you tomorrow.