:Not too old to rock and roll…

…but it really stinks having to go to work the following day! Especially when one is reminded of ones years because of ones birthday! Ouch!!

Thanks to Ginny’s Kim, we had the pleasure of seeing The Police and Elvis Costello, Monday night. I’ve seen Sting a number of times, but never with The Police.

It was a beautiful night for a concert. Red Rocks is one of the world’s favorite venues for musicians. It’s set in a natural amphitheater, in the hogback formations as the mountains begin to rise from the plains just west of Denver.

The temperature was perfect. A gentle breeze kept air moving without distorting the sound. While I can think of a better to spend the following morning than going to work, I can’t think of a better way to spend an awesome summer evening.

Tying together music and our favorite breed’s country of origin, with a note, “just another reason to love Sting” Rose sent Sting and other top stars sing for Tibet.

And without further ado about just another birthday, I want to share this card from Vickie. I love the message!

In life, it’s not where you go, it’s who you travel with.

2 Comments on “:Not too old to rock and roll…”

  1. shelley says:

    I’ve seen Sting in concert (at the Mn Fair). Not AT ALL THE SAME VENU, but, he did take his shirt off on that warm night…oh yes, he sang well too!:)))

  2. lhasalhady says:

    This is when I wish it were possible to post graphics with comments. Instead here’s a link to a great photo of Sting in a yoga pose.

    The article is worth a read too. 🙂

    Sting practices Ashtanga yoga, a style of yoga taught by Vidwan K. Pattabhi Jois, a renowned guru. Ashtanga yoga is the most physically demanding style of yoga, with flowing sequences of asanas requiring arobic fitness in addition to physical strength and flexability.

    Some years ago, I attended several Ashtanga classes in Boulder, taught by Richard Freeman, another student of Pattabhi Jois, and a pioneer in bringing Ashtanga yoga to the USA. It is beautiful to watch a skilled practioner!

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