May 11: I should talk about
There are a lot of things that I should talk about, but i just don't feel
up to it.
I have to get this arrangement that the group doesn't want to sing
(because it's mine, they want to sing the song) by 6pm today...and i
haven't finished the bass part yet. eeks.
I'm having work issues (which is good) that I don't feel like doing (which
I'm thinking about sue (glad she's okay) but haven't finished the WTS that
I keep telling her about (which is bad).
Shel Silverstein is dead. That upsets me greatly. Where the Sidewalk
ends was one of the most influential books that i owned as a child. My GT
(gifted and talented--HA) class had to use that book as a basis for
writing some poetry. And I've kept going with him since. I never called
him Uncle Shelby...but I do have an audio cassette of him singing.
Created my own radio station today thanks to Josh. you should check
out Nillachino in the French Quarter.
I went and saw Election with josh and eris over the weekend. It was
pretty amusing at times, though I had been dealing with either an
eyestrain headache or the beginnings of a migraine for most of the day, so
i wasn't very enjoyable company. I'm still getting those twinges every
couple of hours. argh.
As always, i was in the minority, but Election was not as good as
Shakespeare in Love. And Matthew Broderick (whom I have started to abhor)
has not aged gracefully at all.
And I'm behind on my words. but you knew i would be.
So have a date with Jon and Lisa and Stephanie at various times during the
week. Better make the most of that.
Sometimes you just have to believe in rainbows.