Here are some more videos of Patrick performing with his trombone collective. I hope you enjoy!
Tower Music by Vaclav Nelhybel
Come Thou Fount of Ev'ry Blessing arr. by Dennis Klouphaus
I also have a static picture of the group:
I really wish the performing space wasn't so dead. If it had been designed with a little more freedom of sound, they would've knocked us all backward with their amazing sound. No one here was less than awesome.
Patrick got me started watching Jessica Jones on Netflix, and it's good! I'm sad there are only 13 episodes, but it's a great show with a nice little creepy factor. When we run out of that, I think maybe we will go back and watch the season of Dr. Who with Rose as his companion, then skip Season 5 (we've already seen it twice-ish) and go straight to Season 6 with the new Doctor. I'm going to try to keep an open mind. Matt Smith will always be the Doctor to me, since he is who I began with, but I hopefully will learn that other Doctors are good as well!
My thumb is healing up. It still hurts to the touch, but it's well enough that I don't have to wrap it any longer, which is a relief. That was SO aggravating. But yay, better!
In other Better News, I think this theory I have is accurate: I'd been slowly having more and more brain shocks, and finally they were almost constant. I then began to feel that my teeth were moving, as it was getting unpleasant to close my mouth. I'd initially thought the shocks were due to some sort of drug withdrawal, which seemed very unfair as I hadn't changed anything.
I tried various things to get them to go away, but they persisted and I got awful headaches. I finally decided to fix my teeth with my retainers, and it dawned on me that perhaps the shocks were from my teeth moving and not the drugs. The last time I wore them, it only took a few hours to move them back. The hours were unpleasant, but definitely worth it. Today I have no shocks, and my teeth are in their proper place. Cross your fingers that it remains this way and I don't start getting them again later on in the day...