It looks like it’s time for a new month and another entry. I was going to write about how it’s been a month since my last posting. I just checked and found my last post to have been made on 1 November. Hey, December.
November wasn’t bad. It saw the birthdays of cousin John Graham, friend Captain Robert Lee Spector, and my sister Erica.
It was a good month at the Purple Wave. I went back to school to receive my Certified Estate Specialist designation from the NAA Education Institute. Fewer than 300 people in the world have that designation. We had seven auctions and we started receiving our inventory of powersports. Check them out at www.purplewave.com.
Having sold my truck in the last week of October, I finally bought something else to drive. I’ve been wanting a big Cummins engine for a long time and I finally found something with enough miles to put it in my price range.
November saw our first official Aaron Traffas Band show at Harbour Lights in Lawrence. We learned much about what we need to do better, but we also learned that we have something positive to which we can look forward.
Tomorrow we’re playing in Tonganoxie with the Trevor Burgess Band. Saturday will find both bands back here in Manhattan at Bobby T’s.