Sounds like a Law firm or something huh? Anywho, got to spend a little time with Shaun and Brody this weekend and good times were had.
One thing that we discussed was how meeting people that you met first in the blogosphere is always a bit strange. Your imagination always has a different idea of the person than what exists in reality. I had met Shaun before blogging so it wasn't so weird. And amazingly, Brody was pretty much just like what I had imagined (eccentric with a French accent, eyes darting to and fro as if looking for a spy) so the awkwardness, if there was any, was brief.
The first conversation I had with Shaun was a few years ago while I was on the toilet at my church. He had just sung a small set and I was sneaking out after playing the worship set. We said hello as we entered the bathroom. Well, long story short, I was assuming the normal posture one assumes when... ahem. And Shaun just kept pelting me with questions from the other side of the stall as he washed his hands. I really couldn't do the questions justice because I was busy trying not to make the sounds one makes when in the aforementioned posture. In short, I really just wanted him to hit the road so I could get down to business. In hindsight, I should have just let the symphony play but I usually don't let people have the real me till after they have met my wife and they know that I must be somewhat normal for her to marry me.
Shaun and Brody make a terrific duo and it is apparent that they have a good time at what they do. And Dangit if that guy can write some tunes. The best part about these two fellows is that they are sold-out family men and completely down to earth. I could tell you more of what happened while they were in Sugarland but it might get them arrested.