I came home this morning after an appointment and collapsed. I was exhaused! I wanted to post an entry, catch up on some e-mail but kept dozing off. I will NOT admit on this blog that my head actually hit my laptop twice before I gave up and went to sleep.

My body loves to let me have four hours of sleep before it’s time for Timer. (If you don’t remember how annoying that commercial was on Saturday mornings, check out the link. That’s how I feel when I get up in the afternoon.)

I was supposed to work dayside tomorrow but that’s changed. I’m working mornings and keeping the morning show on the road. The switch to the switch suits me just fine. It also allows me to do a couple of things this week that I wouldn’t get to accomplish working days.

Motorola needs to get me my wireless bluetooth headset replacement. I expect its arrival any day and I want it badly for my workouts. I’m been bad this week but I’m going soon to work the stress away.

Repeat Message Alert:
I don’t know how anyone can say there’s nothing to do in Cleveland.

Tomorrow night, they’re having a taping of a new beer at Rock Bottom. I’m part of the Mug Club so I get the invite to come for dinner. I think I’m going to do that. By the way, I again want to say how good the food is at Rock Bottom. The service is good too, especially when certain servers are working.

Friday, it’s Gavin DeGraw and Marie Digby and Scott Smith.

Saturday, I volunteer at my non-profit, I can’t wait. There’s also Luau on the Lake which seems like a good time. I think I get good karma points for helping two non-profits in one day.

Sunday, taawd will rest.

Moving downtown was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. You can’t help but get sucked into the life of the city.

Getting Involved

I’m part of the media and I cover some horrible stories about what can happen in the community. I’ve always wanted to get involved on the opposite side and see the good side of what people can accomplish by themselves or together as a group.
There are two upcoming events I hope you’ll consider attending. One of them benefits the Domestic Violence Center. The organization needs to renovate their facility and the money goes to that fund. You can click on the art card to find out more about this Friday’s fundraiser. There are three bands, including the Boys from County Hell. If you’ve see them you know how good they are. The doors open at 7pm and stay that way until Midnight.

Also, if you’re looking for something with a little more notice, check out the Foundation for Community Betterment’s Black & White Ball coming up in May. Tonight, I attended a kick-off event at the Foundation Room at the House of Blues. The organization is a “Pay It Forward” group. They believe in giving back to the community in a big way. One of their board members is an example of what the group can accomplish. The price might be a little steep for some people. But, if you read some of the things the group has done, you’ll change your mind.