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27th August 2007

12:22pm: Reasons or excuses, take your pick
OK my apologies to those who have nudged me a few times over the last several weeks. To be honest life hasn't been all that plesant for several reasons and I just don't like posting tirads of complaints. Living with my brother has had a lot to do with that. I am no longer comfortable putting my life up online as personally as I once did, other recent events have made me nervous about saying anything more then a few lines of quick details on myspace. I am debating if I will do much more on LJ anymore. Things are better now, much better, but still tense. Anyway, sorry to those who may have thought I was ignoring them, I miss a few folks on here quite a lot really. I'm just very strained over different things, some of which are good things but stressful all the same.
Current Mood: contemplative

28th May 2007

1:26pm: It's all sketti baby
The wedding was beautiful, nothing horrible happened at all. The decorations were wonderful, I was very proud of all of us for doing such a great job. Sigourney looked stunning, I wish I had the pictures to post. Keith looked delighted the whole time and the families were all really happy. The whole thing was just as perfect as one could hope for.

So now I am looking forward to my vacation in Cal for a whole month!! Mmmmm, I shall relax into a coma if at all possible.
Current Mood: content

22nd April 2007

6:22pm: What are they going to do when the rivers overrun, other then tremble incessently
I got to go to an opera last night!! A Zarzuela called La Tabernera Del Puerto that Michael had a small role in. I enjoyed it, though I think I liked the first act better than I liked the second. The ending was happier then I had anticipated as I thought opera was typically tragic. It was a great experience though.

I don't like keeping up with the news anymore. I used to follow it rabidly and keep up closely with politics. I don't do that anymore. It's just too much to process. I keep thinking "Build an ark man, cause we a long overdue for a flood."

It's like this, everyone has a lot of shit to deal with in life, right? There are times when you just feel overwhelmed, work, school, kids, friends, local government issues, gas is so pricey, christ is the PNM bill due already, I really need to do laundry, I hope Grandpa is going to be OK, the wedding is weeks away, my back has been hurting so much lately, add whatever else in your life that is swirling among all that.

Then you watch the news and it's like....you're already at the limit with whatever you are trying to deal with and you find out a deeply disturbed man has killed 32 people, a woman let her 3 year starve to death while she played WOW, another man killed his 18 month old by stomping on her...What the fuck? Doesn't sort of make you overload a bit? I want to know what is going on in the world but what does that do for me except depress the hell out of me and make me feel really helpless?

What helps you? How can you know what is going on and still be able to live your day to day life? Mostly I try not to watch or read too much of it, maybe once a week catch up. Too much more seems to needlessly upset me.
Current Mood: thoughtful

21st April 2007

12:09pm: I rather liked this...
A democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until the voters discover that they can vote themselves money from the public treasury.

From that moment on, the majority always votes for the candidates promising the most benefits from the Public Treasury, with a result that a deomocracy always collapeses over loose fiscal ploicy, always followed by a dictatorship.

The average age of the world's greatest civilizations has been 200 years. These nations have progressed through the following sequence:

From bondage to spiritual faith; from spiritual faith to great courage; from great courage to liberty; from liberty to abundance; from abundance to selfishness; from selfishness to complacency; from complacency to apathy; from apathy to dependency; from dependency to bondage.
Current Mood: contemplative

17th April 2007

8:11pm: There is an untrustworthy bit of carpet in that corner
I live in HUGE 4 bedroom house with Kyler, Ahimsa and Lily. It has a lovely front yard, over 2000 square feet of space, and a landlord who is a fine, moral, kind man.

I did very well in school, Math A, English B, Food Service and Lodgeing A. I enjoyed it and look forward to mare.

I have internet again.

I'm probably going to get to see TOOL, again.
Current Mood: happy

1st February 2007

7:33pm: Because I said I would
Yay For School!! I get's to be online like a real person! OK, gotta be quick, I have to get home after this. All is well with me, life is smooth. Money is not stressing, Lily is as peachy as ever, I am getting dental work done and the plans for Gourney's wedding go well. I am tired a lot though, school, work, Lily, wedding, it takes a lot of time and around 40 t0 50 miles of walking every week. Fufilling my full potential is really cutting into my sitting around time.

Well that's it for now, mwah!!
Current Mood: chipper

24th December 2006

5:53pm: Chirstmas Eve and I am contentish
Merry Christmas to everyone. Mine will be mellow, I have to work for 4 hours and then I'll be with my family the rest of the day, which should be pretty nice. All in life is about the same, I work, I read a lot, play with Lily. I did get registered for school, again, and this time it all seems like it's going to go well. I start classes Jan 8th, yay. Still don't have a working car, but getting closer bit by little bit so I'm sure it'll happen at some point. Lily is doing very well, she was on the honer roll again, her teachers like her and say she does very well. She had her first trip to the ER a few months back, cracked her wee head open and need five staples in it.

Sigourney is engaged to Keith and I am very happy about it. I get to help plan the wedding, which will be in May. It looks to be a lot of fun and I am SO happy she is finally with a worthy man who treats her right and isn't a total jackass. I got to pick out the engagment ring too, which was rather fun.

All in all I am pretty OK, looking forward to school and all. Hope all is well with all out there, take care.

15th November 2006

7:56pm: The me
I as yet have no woking computer and this is why I haven't been around. I truly miss all and REALLY miss keeping a journal. Especially since I need the venting it gives me. I miss my on-line friends massivly. I'm mostly having to be home when I'm not working and my lack of computer is felt deeply. I just can't afford to get it up and running. Much love to all, take care and be well.
Current Mood: gloomy

27th September 2006

6:06pm: things of note
My computer is dead, utterly, so I haven't been around and I'm sorry because I miss everyone quite a lot and because I don't have the outlet I need in life right now. My TV is dead too, I had to get a new job and I miss parts of the old one. I would go on, but none of it is all that great really. Much love to all though, take care dears.

9th July 2006

8:41pm: Lines, friction, bumps
I'm still busy, lots of outings and then home to unpack some more, fun and frivolity and what not. Let me tell you, I really enjoy me some good what not. I must recount the delivery of our candy order the other day: It was a delivery man whom I hadn't had before you sang, joked and then danced with me in the store to the song Walkin On Sunshine That totally made my day. Oh, and go Italy for beating those damned French!

I've been enjoying 'Lia's hot tub all kinds latly, it helps a lot with the sore of the owe in the muscles. Also finished reading Memiors of a Geisha and I loved it! I am considering re-reading Good Omens soon, it was such a fun book and the last time I read it I was useing it as an escape from life so there are parts I don't compleatly remember.
Current Mood: pensive

5th July 2006

7:33pm: Madam, that is entirely beside the point!
Yesterday was grand. I went to the last part of Ozzfest to see Disturbed and System Of A Down. Disturbed was cool, they put on a good show. I've seen them before. I've been wanting to see System for over 5 years and I didn't think it would happen here. I wish I could describe how utterly perfect the show was but words only fail. There was a fabulous lightening storm the whole time they were on, and fireworks all around the city and off to the sides of the Jounal. The crowd was into it, everyone singing along with every song. I moved around on the grass with Gourney and Ahimsa, I got to see the show from so many angles. Just amazing. Honestly, it was better then I ever imagined, tied with Tool and Tori for best consert I've ever seen.

The BBQ Alia's was fun too, I was there before and after the show. There was the most eclectic mix of folk around, I just loved this older (50 to 60) woman who said the word shit alot and laughed at a story I told involving Alan Cumming and a cock ring. She also made the best potato salad ever, item: I hate potato salad really, but this stuff rocked. There were also theater/actor types, singers, etc. I can't wait until Jo's wedding, the 4th was a test run on how things are supposed to go for the reception. These people know how to party.

My phone is all hooked up again, same number if you need to call. The apt is still OK, I'm trying to warm up to it more. It's not it's fault it's smaller then the last place by several hundred square feet. It reminds me some of Yuma as a little girl, with hispanic men out in the parking lot at night drinking beer and listening to mariachi. Not in a beligerant or loud way, just chillin'. Also this little old hispanic couple came to my door the other day selling home made donuts, 3 for a dollar. It was such a random/cool thing. All warm bread with sugar on top...took me back. I was tempted to ask if they knew anyone who sold tamales door to door, I used to LOVE that when I was a child. In my neighborhood this woman came around on the weekends selling homemade tamales, mmmmmmm.

So what with moving, concerts, helping at BBQs, falling down on loose gravel, lifting at work, I am sore all over. I wish I could copy myself for short periods of time, then I could give me a massage. And maybe cook me dinner too, I like my cooking.
Current Mood: contemplative

26th June 2006

11:09am: Life could be a dream sweetheart
Life is still pretty nice, the apt should be ready for me withen 48 hours. I had a wonderful date with Mikey the other night, he's still proving to be quite delightful. We seem about equal bowlers, I won the first game, he won the second. Then there was a lightening storm over the mountains that we enjoyed at the edge of a park with nothing to obstruct the view. Plus I found out I still know how to get to hidden park, I rock.

Still really enjoying staying with Alia and Micheal, even though the Wilhemina cat is in heat and keeps trying to mate with my feet and my luggage. Still getting a really big kick out of The Doom Patrol. Plus I get to talk to Micheal and Alia regularly and I get to hear all about the show Micheal is working on. I'm always excited to see his work, but it's even better when the anticipation can build like this. Alia and I worked out the FMOT theory, Five Minutes Of Thought. It's just the idea that before a person does anything that they ought to give it Five Minutes Of Thought, thought about how it will affect those around you, thought that doesn't involve what you yourself want but rather what others may need.

ION, Thom put all kinds of fun stuff on my Ipod for me including Aenima, which I haven't had a copy of since my last one was stolen 4 years ago. I do so love Tool and that has my favorite Tool song on it. Huzzah.
Current Mood: bouncy

22nd June 2006

5:59pm: Vindication and new carpeting
Item one: The owner of the last apartment building I lived in, did NOT approve the hearing in court or my eviction. He is fireing Dom Garcia and taking him to court, mostly because of what happened with me. He says I was such a good tenant and that something should have been worked out, that court just wasn't needed. I still think Roland is an ass, he never did anything to fix my place either. He's just upset that he's will have to fix it now along with all the other cosmetic touches it will need, paint, carpet, new tile in the laundry room, etc. I have no intention of even trying to get the place back at this point. I find this very satisfying as it makes me feel vindicated. I was a good tenant, I wasn't in the wrong, those men are scum. I know that will just be a fun battle with the two of them blameing each other and bickering with lawyers on both sides, each one claims the other ripped him off. So go Karma!!

Item Two: I have a new place, it's not quite ready to move into though, a few more days will be needed. It has many pros and cons, but the main thing that is in it's favor is that the people who run it are good people. Micheal rented from them for 10 years, Jo rents from them still and will go through no other and Asae also rented from them for a few years. I was told by all of them that these people keep up repairs, will work with me if rent will be late, and will not ever try to railroad me out. Being that I've lost 2 apts because of landlord fuckery that last part is really important to me. Hooray and all that kind of thing.

Item Three: I've been having a great time staying at Micheal and Alia's. Wine and good conversation abound, as well as comic books. I'm currently working on The Doom Patrol and I'm finding it very enjoyable, especially Crazy Jane. One of the pros of the new place I am getting is that it's close to them, very cool.
Current Mood: cheerful

14th June 2006

9:26pm: The marching band refused to yield
My vacation was very relaxing. I would guess I spent at least 30% of my time in a hammock reading. I got through Silence Of The Lambs, Ella Enchanted, and started The Dilbert Principle. I also clocking in some good reading time to and from on the planes. The camp site was very beautiful, again next to a good sized creek as was last year. Highlights are as follows:

Hiking up a dried out waterfall with my nephew and later my brother, and later again my daughter and my neice.
Watching the full moon come up while listening to the creek, frogs, birds and catching sight of bats. All while on a log, by myself, with a bowl. Like people have been doing for thousands of years, just enjoying that moment, feeling very much a part of something larger and more important then just myself.
Swimming naked in a clear, cold, mountain creek, yeah baby!
Cahooting with Ryder, we got up to shinanigans!
Hammocks. Hell. Yes.

Of course I couldn't have done any of that if I didn't have the wonderful friends I do. They packed and moved all my stuff while I was gone. Please feel free to remind me of what an incredibly fortunate girl I am. I get thrown out of my home but am still able to go on vacation and come back landing on my feet because of the people I love. I think it's the nicest thing anyone has ever done for me, how do I begin to repay that kind of selflessness?

Tomorrow after work I start looking for a new place to live. Ideally I will have one withen a week. If that isn't possible I know I can in less then a month. I can't stand the thought of not having my own place, of having to crash with friends who have already gone way out of their way to help me. It just offends my dignity to have to be taken care of for any great length of time.
Current Mood: rejuvenated

29th May 2006

4:31pm: I'll try to make a long story short, eh
I've had problems on and off with my apt over the years, last winter was exceptionally bad with a busted fridge, no heat, no stove, for two weeks. I've been pretty patient for the most part. However, after repeated complaints and a really bad leak in the bathroom floor/kitchen ceiling, plus broken fence, mailbox, drawer, the fridge busting down again and bannister pulling out of the wall, I refused to pay May's rent until everything was fixed. It was 10 days before my fridge got fixed, a chunk of kitchen ceiling fell out and stagnant water poured out, I had the hole there for 4 days until it was repaired. The bannister got remounted, but is already getting loose again. So I asked for a deduction for May, it seemd only fair. I mean the leak was gross, no fridge meant grocery shopping daily, and the slick tile from the leak caused Lily to slip and get a nasty bruise on her leg. They refused to give me any kind of deduction at all.

So now the leak is back, plaster keeps falling out of the ceiling and water drips constantly. They are taking me to court next Mon for failure to pay rent. I took pics of everything that was wrong as well as one of Lily's bruise. I am scared because I don't want to be evicted, but I really feel I am in the right on this. I'm so tired of things breaking and not getting fixed or getting fixed in a shoddy way.

Now perhaps you are thinking "Why don't you just move?" Well for one I don't think I should have to inconvienence myself with a move when I haven't done anything wrong. I like the neighborhood, it's decent and the location is perfect. I live right by a GOOD school for my child, a grocery store, and three major bus lines. Since I don't have a car this is very important to me. I can take Lily to school and catch a bus across the street that gets me to the rapid ride and then to work, takes 25 mins. I also live near 4 sets of people who can get my child in an emergency. The repairs arn't impossible, it's just that things get old and need to be replaced, the apt is actually pretty nice. I have a small yard, a washer and dryer hook up for my washer and dryer, there is upstairs and downstairs with the rooms above which is a set up I like. I am tired of moving, since I came to Alb 11 years ago I have moved 9 times and I don't want to again. I got railroaded out of the last place I lived because my lease lapsed and I was on a month to month and they decided I couldn't have pets after 2 years of living there with a cat. Moving is a HUGE hassle for me, to have to pack everything Lily and I own, find a place and move, all with no car, little time and so on.

Anyway, wish me luck guys, I am really nervous.
Current Mood: nervous

20th May 2006

5:09pm: Birthday bits
I had the greatest birthday ever, and I say that every year and every year it's true. The scavenger hunt went well and everyone had a good time and great stories, the prizes were well received.

The actual party was a amazing. I'd say over the course of the night around 40 people came through. The fire twirling was awesome, Ducky worked it and John did pretty decent too. The burlesque dance Amy gave me was hot and well preformed. Lots of Soul Calibur was played, lots of shit talked, hehe. Everyone mingled and talked and ate, lots of laughing.

So many of my friends were there, it was just total birthday bliss. I also got a ton of great presents, which I will list for my own sake, you may skip.

An iHome, DDR pads, A worst case senarios survival boared game, The Sandman 10, A new lamp, a pimptastic Boba Fett figure, makeup,a pedicure, a NIN ticket, a dolphin stamp, a new choker, a Dane Cook T -shirt that says "I am NOT a twat.", lots of dank, a book of short stories, an Abnormal Psychology book a shiny box to hold my keys, wallet, etc. I also got the following CDs: The best of Stevie Wonder, The Prince of Egypt soundtrack, some Jason Mraz, The Wicked soundtrack and the following DVDs: Anne of Green Gables, Grandma's Boy, Reefer Madness, The Tick season 1 and 2, Sam and Max, Paper Moon, Four Rooms, I spit on your grave, Basketball, Serenity, and The Green Mile a total of $120.00 and I will be getting a snake later on from Gourney. My friends and family rock.

After the party was exceptionally nice too, as was the morning and afternoon of today. In fact it was about tied with the party for being the best part of my birthday.

3rd May 2006

7:40pm: I'm finished, I'm getting you off my chest
I'm sicky, evil martian death cold, bah. I get at least two of those a year, thppppt. Hrmmmm, I don't think I ever mentioned the Reel Big Fish concert on April 22nd, it was fooking fabulous and free at that. I felt almost guilty for not paying, it was that good. I now desire to go out and spend lots of moneys on Reel Big Fish products. NIN is soon too, hehehehehehe, it's a year of good concerts thus far.

So there was a woman in the store the other day and no matter what her daughter looked at (rock candy, cotton candy gum, pixie stix) she kept saying "Well, you know, that's just pure sugar" I had to try really hard not to laugh, because, ya know, it's a candy store, sugar is pretty much the main ingrediant in everything. I was tempted to walk over to the sun glasses kiosk and start looking at sun glasses and repeating over and over "Well, you know, those block UV rays."

It's sad to be sick and craving chicken noodle soup when you are a vegitarian.
Current Mood: sick

21st April 2006

11:50am: Danceing with the bones of my buried past
I've been thinking a lot about why I'm so often angered by people at work. I really like everything about my job except the people. I obviously love having Alia as a boss. The company is pretty good too, we get bonuses and prizes for selling well, I've even answered a personal call from the owner thanking us for our high numbers. Even though I don't like eating candy it's a product I have no morale qualms about selling. I get paid very fairly for what I do. I never have schedule problems, my co-workers (Mark and Amy C) are both fun as well as good workers. And if it's really slow and I've already done everything I need to do I can read. Everything is all so nice until you throw in the customers.

I'm sorry, I know I gripe about it a lot, just have to vent a little. It's so simple to shop in my store and I don't mind helping people who really need it. Little kids for example. I've had several well behaved little ones who come into my store and ask for help because they have $4.00 or whatever and want to know what they can buy, or people in wheel chairs, obviously I'm going to help them. People who have questions that arn't stupid are always people I am willing to help as much as I can. For reference I think a stupid question is anything a person asks me that they could have read on a sign or a wrapper.

That is the problem really, people not reading anything. Just dealing with willful stupidity, not actual need. I hate having to treat the majority of people as drooling morons by pointing at signs and prices or reading a list of ingredients. Over and over, all day. It's at a point where when someone comes in, finds the bags on their own, knows how much they are spending and knows what kinds of payment we take, when someone can really do ALL that, I thank them. If said person also is nice, doesn't grunt at me, and asks how I'm doing I will offer several types of samples of candy. Because we are supposed to sample it out, but I am trying to reward good behavior so I only offer to pepople who are nice. I've also given discounts/free candy to people who have really been fun and made me laugh or just broken up the monotony. That's only happened about 5 or 6 times in the last year and a half. Basically I am trying to encourage people to act polite and intelligent. I don't have much hope, but I can keep trying.
Current Mood: high

17th April 2006

8:43pm: Dropping like the grains in an hour glass
So a few days ago at work this little kid, like maybe 2, is in and he is acting like your typical little snot-goblin. Keeps trying to touch the candy, running around, the usual. Not so much badly behaved as poorly supervised because his mother is too busy picking out candy to really watch her child. So I am keeping his hands out of the bins, but I can't really stop him from running around. Then he runs at full two year old speed right into the glass wall and bounces back about 4 feet, looks stunned, then starts to cry. I had a really hard time not laughing out loud. I mean this kid flew back because he was really booking when he made contact, and the look on his face coupled with the fantastic thud! It was a close thing, I had to bite my cheeks or I would have laughed and his mother prolly would have hit me. It was my happy thought all day though.

Lily is making cookies, which I am looking forward to. We just had totalini for dinner, she helped prepare that as well. I think 7 is plenty old enough to start learning how to cook.
Current Mood: amused

14th April 2006

9:16pm: Never say forever 'cause nothing lasts
I'm in the middle of another social life, I seem to have one every two months or so. Bar B Qs, birthdays, random gatherings, graduations, concerts. It's been enjoyable. Lily went to Texas with Jodi over Spring break, she got to go to Sea World and I got a bit of a break, though after about 4 days I missed her like a mad thing and wanted her back.

Went and saw Korn last month, a Korn with no Head, Headless Korn, they came with no Head...not that I'm bitter or anything. Actually they were still a good show and there was this Lucious Malfoy looking fellow who was all over back up vocals, crazy drum beats and guitar rifts, different things for different songs. No idea who he was but he rocked. There was a medly of old songs played that I dubbed mixed Korn. Alia and John were calling the newer songs Creamed Korn, the puns just got worse from there.

NIN will be here next month and I went speechless when Alia first told me a few weeks ago that they were actually going to play here. Mike got me my ticket as a birthday present. Squeek. I've wanted to see them for most of my life so to say I am looking forward to it is rather understating the situation. Everytime I think about it I get that happy helium belly feeling.

St. Patricks day was fun, the party was up to standard and the food was tasty. My buddy Zack from my Tuesday Morning days was there. He randomly called me a few weeks before after over a year of not beig in touch, very cool. He is not to be confused with the other Zach I once was friends with, that Zach I no longer see or talk to. Anyway, this Zack and I have been hanging out regularly since, which has been a lot of fun. He cracks me up and for someone so young he is wicked sharp and clever.

Um....That about wraps it up, TTFN
Current Mood: complacent

11th April 2006

9:57pm: Pimps up hoes down
Guess what? Tony got everything done, Tony is the shit. Not only did he fix all kinds of bits, but he showed me stuff so maybe I won't have to relay on others....though that would be asking a lot of me.

So....what did I miss?

9th March 2006

5:20am: My computer is a sickly little girlie
Arrrgghhh.....
Um, I have several problems with my computer, half of which Tony fixed, but the other bits will have to wait as his life just went into crisis mode. I miss you all so much, lame as it may seem to others I really like reading about you folks. My whole friends list is so interesting and even the folk I don't know in RL are people I miss when I don't get to keep up with them. Love to all of you.

24th February 2006

8:47pm: So I had my cable and internet cut because I was not what you could call happy with the service. I now have a different internet provider and I am going to stay without the cable for a while. I never watched much TV anyway, and Lily seems to enjoy doing things more then watching TV.

I've had many things happen and am rather sorry I didn't get to keep a tab on them, for my own sake that is. Though judging from the nudges I got I guess some of you missed me a bit as well.

Highlights:
I have glasses again, yay for good vision.
Amy's 21st birthday was a blast, I got to get Alia toasted on Long Island Iced Teas and dance for hours.
My home is much cleaner, still miles to go though.
Sigourney and I celebrated our 5 year anniversary as friends, good presents, good dinner, I loves my girl.
Seeing Anna In The Tropics, utterly beautiful, I can see why it won a Pulitzer. And yet again I must say that Micheal is brilliant.

I missed ya'all and just spent about an hour and a half reading to catch up, didn't have time to comment, still trying to read over a weeks worth of bits.
Current Mood: contemplative

7th February 2006

4:17pm: I'm real tired of the clones
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So I belong here? All things considered with how damn odd this place really is I guess I can dig that.

I never mentioned that we dyed Lily's hair blue, pink, green, orange, and purple as her reward for maintaining honer roll and a clean room. It's very pretty, that kind of thing looks so much better on a little one then an adult. It'll be faded out by next month as we did it about 3 weeks ago. I'm thinking we'll then do it all green for St. Patricks day.

I finished Whitout and it was OK. As I expected it wasn't anything near as grand as Pillars of the Earth . Now I'm working on Far from the madding crowd by Thomas Hardy. My mother loaned it to me saying it was one of her favorites when she was younger. It's enjoyable, though overly verbose. I rather like Bathsheba even if she is something of a brat.
Current Mood: moody

29th January 2006

9:15pm: Now we spun
I have been very social and drunk latly...I wonder if there is a connection? I've just been going out to hang with friends a lot latly, haven't been home the last 2 nights. Fri night went to John's place with Angie and several other people showed up. We had fun talking, smoking the hooka, more talking. Then last night I went to my Mother's wedding reception then after that I went to Thom and Tony's dual birthday party. Which I had perhaps a little too much fun at, first time I've gotten sick from drinking in well over a year. Alcohol just isn't my bag, but it's fun every now and then. I think I will stay away from it until the Chavez turns 21, which is shaping up to be a pretty spiffy event.

I got my tax refund back, have paid many bills since then. Also got myself a few nifty bits including the coolest hoodie ever, the front has Conner and Murphy from The Boondock Saints and the back has the prayer they recite in the movie. Too sweet. Also bought a copy of We the people by Flipsyde, which is my current band obsession. Kyler got me into them a while ago and I've been chomping at the bit to get a copy of the CD, which Hastings never seems to have, so I went to Best Buy. Also bought a copy of it for John as I knew it was right up his ally, I was right.

All is pretty well, I still need to do massive cleaning, I've only hit the edges. My time just goes so fast. I can't say no when my buds want to hang, will have to focus more on the cleaning next week I think.
Current Mood: bouncy
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