Sunday, May 24, 2009

Now my feet won't touch the ground

I know, I know, no new posts for a month. What a lame blogger. Even my mom has been giving me a hard time about it. Nothing has inspired me lately, and in fact the month has flown right past me in a blur. I had a big conference in Chicago at the end of April, followed by a long weekend in Phoenix to visit a dear friend and recuperate from the week in Chicago (and while in Phoenix, A. and I did our fair share of economy-boosting for the shoe industry, specifically Donald J. Pliner, but I digress).

Perhaps I was on blog overload. Coming home to a Google Reader with close to 1000 unread posts was a bit overwhelming, I must say. "Mark all as read" seemed a bit like abandoning someone else's children, but I had to do it.

So maybe this bit of silliness will put me back to rights. A little Life in Technicolor, a la Punch & Judy, via Coldplay, in honor of the absolutely fantastic concert of theirs I attended last night here in Hartford. The tix were a birthday gift from The BF, who gave me a small case of Option Anxiety earlier in the day by offering me a choice of birthday activities, each of which involved some sort of live performance. After an afternoon of deliberating the merits of each, I went with the one that seemed the most celebratory, and a good time was had by all.



More Coldplay/puppet action here, if you are so inclined.

8 comments:

Raina said...

Happy Birthday, gorgeous Robin!

All the best people are born in May. ;)

only a movie said...

Now that just sounds like summer to me...
Thank you for sharing your birthday magic, Robin.
xxxooo
E

sas said...

happy birthday!

knitseashore said...

Hope you had the happiest of birthdays with lots of girly treats!

Robin said...

Thank you everyone for the lovely birthday wishes! xoxo ~r

Fifi Flowers said...

COOL video... I could handle a puppet show like that! GLAD you ENJOYED the concert!

A Stylish Presence said...

Happy Birthday, and thank you for the video, too funny!

Jude said...

I find blogging from the road kind of fun - free WiFi at Bradley (at any rate) and the contrast of home vs. where I am can be kind of energizing. In an event, welcome back to the internets....