I might be able to do the rest of the week as a beardy veggie. Any reason? No.
In other news, today I caught up with friends, old and not so old, and I also received a string of nonsensical texts, which means something's broken somewhere.
I capped the night off in Kingston at a gig where there were 2 members of audience when the night started, and this number swelled only a little as I took to the stage. With the other performers in the seats where there's usually crowd, and with an attitude of not-giving-a-toss, I did my thing and made some laughs happen. Bizarrely, it seemed like some of my spoken material was the unsung hero of the night, though the songs did ok too.
I'm glad I stayed around to do the gig. It was important for me to learn the art of staying cool while on stage and playing the room for what it was without being spooked. I had fun. I also tussled with a rather vocal heckler who had the awkward role of being in the right. Luckily, I have a few tricks up my sleeve. Well, I had a guitar in my hand and that's a useful weapon in its own right.