Monday, April 20, 2009

weird fiction

As per suggestion of Sarah, I reviewed our Wall-To-Wall over maybe the past year (I could not/would not get through the whole thing in one sitting). She told me to do it if I was sad, which is sadly my default setting in current life due to a whole bunch of reasons. Besides the point:

So many glorious jokes revealed and overlooked.

From this I was able to recall my favorite Sifl and Olly moment: FIRST. VIRGIN. MALE. PREGNANT.
God bless sock puppets.

Sunday, April 12, 2009

But you have to have them all pulled out.

I have an unbearable amount of work ahead of me. So is the pattern of college Sundays.

Bill Haverchuck and I might have the same point of view towards a lot of things, namely romance.

Last night I had a rendezvous with Corduroy Bear.

He is the latest addition to my bed. A most welcome guest.

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Heartless Bastard

I enrolled in classes for next year. It feels good to have a capstone and 18 credits jingling around in my head. I am taking Syntax, Thesis-Indepdent Spirit in Literature, Writing with Technologies, History of Witches, Avant Garde film, and 20th Century Literature. First semester in a while without creative writing, but they only offered poetry and that class conflicted with my Thesis, which is the only class I need. Oh well.

Things are really busy, cold, and rainy here. House searching and countless assignments and nights with little sleep are draining my bones. I'm conflicted and yet so calm. And feeling slightly wreckless these days.

One of my new favorite songs is "The Mountain" by Heartless Bastards. They're not touring anywhere in MA. A shame. This is an acoustic version with just the singer. She has an amazing deep voice.

Sunday, April 5, 2009

I'll make love to you

Currently working on a group presentation and organizing and researching for it. But what is distracting me is The Beatles. I didn't know you could make love to music, and now you can.

I am posting to remind myself that I can go to a party without having a completely foul time. Just dance and introduce yourself. I think I talked to 15 people or more that I'd never met before last night. It was really a great time. Someone said something offensive/pretentious to me and I sprinted away up the stairs away from them without saying anything. Taking this into account, I can get smoothly out of any bad situation and lead the dance circle and bond with random people. Cheers to aimless fun, no cheers to work or applications. And Cheers to Justin, birth.