It's really hard to get a few moments to write here.  People think it's not much, but it's huge.  I don't have time to do shit.  Ever.  Life is busy, and when you've got a dozen hustles going to bring in the rent, there's not time for much else.

But I've been lucky. I get a few moments here and there to interact with friends, and have take a lot of time to hang with my wife.  But to really spend a few moment to do this...i should be sleeping, or getting ready for something, or fixing something, or....

I'm also at the point in my life to not be afraid to take a moment.  I just watched the bio-pic on Queen and was tremendously moved.  I grew up with Queen. I was, and still am, a radio junkie and spent hundreds of hours glued to MTV, back when it mattered.  I don't think I understood what a profound effect that band had on me.  This movie had me crying like a bitch.  Every song had memory after memory shooting through my head, and then, memories of all the songs they didn't play.  

Rock and Roll is such a personal experience.  The lyrics, the beat, the mood, the groove, the time.... it's a defining collective moment.  No other music really gets it done like that.  I wonder if the generations after mine, experience music the same way.  It's not just defining, it is us.  Radio Ga Ga is me.  It's my life.  Maybe that's sad, but not to me.  And to see a nice Hollywood story... well that was just great.  I don't know.... music is such a thing.  I often forget what I'm really doing.  I'm grateful for being in Texas where everybody takes this shit seriously.   I don't take getting on stage lightly down here.  

But that movie... damn.   I don't know if I'm going to be the same musician on stage as I was.  There's doing the job and there's fuck you.  I'm really okay with any of it.  

But I'm an emotional man.... it'll be interesting to see what happens tomorrow when I do 4 hours of improve jams at the airport.  I usually kill it and read the room well, but now...