No sweet sensations.....it was horribly, horrible in a horrid sort of way. It could possibly have led to horrific experiences.
I experienced my first run in with loud, penetrating bass vibrations on Friday. I had experienced road trip jerky vibrations, steering wheel driving vibrations, shopping cart crippled wheel vibrations.....but not the deep soul modifying bass I met on Friday. First, the service was AWESOME! The music built and felt great, the bridge grew louder then launched into a new build. The bass is the kind you FEEL inside you, it moves you. Well I got moved, my right arm produced an impressive tremor. My diaphragm then started the counterpoint with a lovely arpeggio of spasms. Not to be out done by the smug upper regions, my sweet left leg decided to do the zombie shuffle. Internal heater then informed me that we must surely be nearing the deepest reaches of the desert, now having clammy heat reaction." I just need air really!" Neck not being noticed then decided to pull off a headache, also just for fun pull up some swelling in my throat. Dinner suddenly became 2 pints of woodchuck/pecker cider.
I had really experienced all this stuff but on a smaller scale. I was totally unprepared for the "hot/cold vibrating vicki" ride.
At the restaurant post service, we gathered around to gleefully watch the tremor arm in action! Still working out the details of 'kill touch', 'oh no you ain't touch', 'no sass touch', and the super secret proto-type....'perfect child touch' Post discussion we all got tanked and agreed that; "what good is having a perfectly acceptable disability if we can't make fun of it?" Sadly I can NOT recarbonate beer at this point in my injury....perhaps later.
In essence...this Easter service was awesome! I was mush for a full day and still shaky, but hey....it was fun.!
Written on phone....yadayada spelling, yadayada rambling...hopefully we all know what I mean....drop me a note if you don't....Cheers for some, Happy Easter for others, Christos anesti for you, love you all, no matter what this season says or does for you. I am grateful for you all.