(For the record, the coldest I've ever encountered was -16 °F, with wind chill, in Boston a few years ago.)
Josh, me, and Chad after the show.Thanks again to Ken, Carmella, Chad and Josh for coming to see the show!
I had originally written this post back in Roscommon, Michigan, but was not able to get it online because of a poor internet connection. Currently, I'm in Copenhagen, Denmark, soon to embark on a 26 day Christmas tour of Denmark with Danish singer Stig Rossen. I'm quite excited to be back in Denmark, because it's such an awesome country. Also, word on the street is that Denmark celebrates Christmas like no other country does--I can't wait to experience the merriment and Christmas cheer!
As a sidenote, it's about 5:30 a.m. here. Why, you ask, am I up at 5:30 a.m.? I've actually been laying awake in my bed since 3:00 a.m., unable to fall back asleep due to jet lag. After a long day of international travel and less-than-desirable sleeping conditions (i.e. on a plane through the night), I couldn't help but fall asleep around 9:30 p.m. last night, which is incredibly early for this on-the-road lifestyle; since I'm used to only getting about 6 hours of sleep a night, my body had had enough by 3 a.m.
This situation is further complicated by the fact that Jason is still asleep...which means I can't really do anything somewhat productive that would require light and/or noise-making because I don't want to wake him up. Fortunately, for my mental health and sanity, I realized that I could use my laptop (which doesn't require a room light) and finish typing up this post (I'm not a heavy typer, so it doesn't make much noise).
...and that is the story behind this post.