Tag Archives: u2

My Trip on the Spaceship Claw

By | June 7, 2011

My energy levels leading up to the June 1 U2 concert in Edmonton was lower than I would have liked to admit. June 1 was game one of the Stanley Cup Final between Vancouver and Boston and the transportation to and from the Stadium was a concern, but when we returned home from the concert… Read More »

My Unknown Caller Returns

By | November 7, 2009

From Me To U2 It’s old news now, but U2 is coming to Edmonton in June 2010! The Monday after we returned from Las Vegas I saw rumors about an upcoming announcement and was thrilled to see a planned stop at Commonwealth Stadium. The U2.com pre-sale started less than 36 hours after the concert was… Read More »

My Big City Life

By | October 19, 2009

Where has the time gone? It feels like we just unpacked our bags following our England/France trip and are now packing up again for Las Vegas. There was a month between arrival and departure times but since jet setting life isn’t one we are familiar with it feels like a quick turn around. We are… Read More »

My Countdown to the Horizon

By | April 9, 2009

In two months the U2 360 tour kicks off and so begins my ritual of following their set lists, listening to fan recordings, reading individual concert reviews and counting down the date until my chance to see them live. Except, I don’t feel the same way about this as I have before. What is going… Read More »

My Zootopia Station

By | December 12, 2007

I think there is a pretty evident parallel here. When I worked nights I was getting less sleep and more active on seagurs. I am now back on a regular sleep schedule and my posting frequency drops! A team of parka clad researchers are heading to the North Pole to investigate this relation further. I… Read More »

My Morning Prayer

By | September 1, 2007

Sleep comes like a drug In God’s Country Sad eyes, crooked crosses In God’s Country It has no relevance, but at 3:30AM this morning the chorus to In God’s Country from U2 crept into my head and has not been able to leave. I keep repeating it, looking for significance or a reason why that… Read More »