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And God is able to bless you abundantly, so that in all things at all times, having all that you need, you will abound in every good work. – 2 Corinthians 9:8

Tuesday. I don’t know why, exactly, I mention the day of the week, but here we are. Still on holiday. It is good.

At Annie+Chad’s place helping to prepare the food for Saturday’s Graduation Open House. Wasn’t expecting to do this; but, had no plans anyway, so I figured why not. I’ve eviscerated several avocados to create the guacamole dip. Now cooking approximately 46 chicken breasts on the outdoor grill. Fun, fun, fun.

Yesterday, went to the Amon Amarth show out the Sokal auditorium with fellow Exalted Geek and metalhead, James Harr in tow. I should have worn the boots instead of the sneakers. Regardless, it was a good show, a much-needed injection of live \,,/METAL\,,/ that Omaha so desperately needs more of.

Exmortis was decent, more of a thrash band than death metal, but they put on a good show. It was thrash. Better than average thrash, they did impress with a metal rendition of the Moonlight Sonata. Worth looking into.

One guy in the mosh pit impressed me by holding an open glass of beer while doing so. I salute you, sir. All you needed was a mullet to really bring everything together.

Five minutes passes so quickly when one is writing. Time to flip the birds.

Also, kudoes to the bands for including 3XL t-shirt sizes in the merch. It warms this MetalHead’s heart.

Entombed A.D. killed it with their brand of groove-based death metal.

Observing Annie walk barefoot over gravel. Truly a farmer’s wife, that one.

Anyway….yeah. Great set, that Entombed A.D. About the only song I knew of theirs was “Wolverine Blues”, but still. ‘Tis metal. ‘Tis awesome.

Amon Amarth…what a show. What. A. Show. Didn’t play “Guardians Of Asgard”, but fantastic set regardless.