Shirtless guys with backpacks; live music’s in store for Martin ….

Hi, friends and readers:

I’m not sure whey, but I think certain young men look sexy as hell when they’re shirtless and wearing a backpack. You get to see all of their torso, but they seem to think they’re fully dressed. It’s an appealing situation, and I think the guys in this morning’s photo posts are pretty amazing. I mean check out Mr. Cow Lick to the left here. He has beautiful skin and hair, and lovely facial features. Imagine kissing those lips? Aye-yi-yi …. 😉

I spent a nice evening in the city with my best friend last night. We dined on Greek cuisine, and I brought home enough leftovers to make another meal.

It’s another scorching hot day, here on the island, too hot for exercising or doing yard work. But the newspaper says we may have rainstorms this afternoon, and maybe things will cool off a little.

I’m very excited about my Saturday evening. Around five PM, I will drive into the city to a friend’s home. I have know him since I was seven years old. He still lives in my boyhood neighborhood. He, his girlfriend and I will attend a performance by Steve Earle and The Dukes, a band out of Nashville that has been recording for many years. Their genre is hard to define. They are part rock, part country, with some ballads thrown in. hey are accomplished musicians, and I know the show will be stellar. We bought out tickets a month ago, and I’ve been drooling ever since.

In my book, live music is the ultimate entertainment, better than sports events, plays or movies. There’s an immediacy that simply can’t be beat. And thankfully, my buddy’s girlfriend will be our designated driver, so we can drink a few beers during the show.

All right, everyone, I need to get some things done around here, so I will close this post by wishing all of you an amazing Saturday. And keep smiling, it’s important. 🙂

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