It was a quick turn around from Sunday’s folk festival to two morning assemblies with RockRoots on Monday. We had an 8:45 first set so I left town at 6:30, hoping that the rain and the traffic would not complicate things too much. All said, it is amazing that the four of us can be ready right on time so consistently. A tip o’the hat to my friends in the band.

We did our two sets remarkably well, considering we haven’t done the show in a couple of months. We were loose, I remembered my lines and the faculty, kids and principal had a great time. As I shared with John Gorka the day before, I get the chance to play in front of  750 kids frequently, but nobody on the folk circuit knows about it. A different world.

Back in Bethlehem by noon or so.