Tornado warnings and bad news from the Raleigh area were what we were hearing just before we headed out to Sharky’s Saturday night. But there is always a silver lining if you just look around. Saturday night was no exception—although the silver lining was really the silver hair of my old high school teacher, Mr.Ward, who came out to hear me play. I actually think Mr.Ward spent more time carrying on with my wife Kay than he did listening to me play.
Sharky’s has the best food in Ocean Isle. I normally don’t eat anything until I finish playing but Kay’s plate looked so good I couldn’t help stealing a few bites of her grouper. Ray and all of his staff run a tight ship.
There is a video floating around from Saturday night that looks a little sideways like it might have been pushed over by one of the twisters in the area. That’s my story so don’t ask me any questions. Thanks, Cari, you’ll get the hang of that new phone.
Seriously, I think everybody in Sharky’s had their minds on people affected by the storms. I know I played “Stormy Weather” with a completely different state of mind. Our hearts go out to all the people affected by the storms.