(Does anyone listen to CBC and live in Alberta? Or FRENCH CBC even? BEcause then you'll have heard me and/or my BAND!)
I woke up at 5:00am and I had Communist Daughter
in my head. I don't say that it was "stuck" in my head because that seems negative and I love that song.
Then I had breakfast and left my house at 5:45 with my guitarrrrrr.
Then I got downtown at the CBC studio at maybe about 6:30 because my mom parked like 2 blocks away
SEE, my schoool is doing a turkey drive where we donate money or turkeys to give to the Food Bank so that the less fortunate can have a delicious turkey dinner too.
And this turket drive is actualy CBC's, and my principal was going to be interviewed on the radio because of his contribution.
So he SO AWESOMELY asked that our JAZZ BAND play for the broadcast.
So anyways, we got to play "Greensleeves" and a bit of "Carol of the Drum" and I played rhythm guitar and I did pretty well.
Two of us got to talk on CBC, BUT GUESS WHAT
I GOT TO TALK IN FRENCH
On CBC Radio-Canada! Woo!
See, our school is french-immersion so we're all bilingual and my principal wanted to do something in frnech to.
And I got to go IN the studio. :D
Here's how the interview went, translated into english:
Frenchie Radio Lady and my principal talk about the turkey drive
FRL: So what instrument do you play?
FRL: Oh, neat. How long have you been playing this instrument?
Me: 3 months
All the french radio people and my principal too: HAHAHAHAHA
excpet they sid it all frenchy, so HEEHEEHEEHONHONHON
she asked me a few other questions but yeah.
THEN we rode to school....
IN A LIMO!
A REAL LIMO!
And we didn't even have to PAY because my wonderful band instructor did.
It was a pretty good day, and that was only up to like 8:30.
I'm pretty tired now though, I've woken up at 5:00 for the past 2 days.......
AND, I'm pretty sure I'm FINALLY getting an electric guitar, wooo! Exciting indded. I've got all my money saved up.On the Radio