And all the Whos in Whoville…
call her green, for the children who’ve made her
Archive for March, 2005
I had the exciting experience of biting into a stick of cinnamon at Storyteller’s today. One of the freshmen carries around altoid tins full of spices in his coat pockets, which he has been to known to share with his archons. If you bite a couple of cloves at once, it makes your mouth feel [...]
Am I going to try eating something? Yes, yes I am. Is this a good idea? We’ll find out. But at this point it’s been two days since I’ve had real food and I can’t tell anymore if I’m still feeling nauseated or if I’m just hungry. If was able to make it through work [...]
Well, that was exciting. For the first time in my life I have had occasion to seek out police assistance, rather than to shun it. Upon leaving the hotel tonight, Alena and I were waiting outside for Toby (her boyfriend) to come pick us up and drive us home. While we were waiting we saw [...]
Albums that have shaped my life: Bridge Over Troubled Water by Simon and Garfunkel, Gorilla by James Taylor, Ladies of the Canyon by Joni Mitchell, and Sesame Street Rock ‘N Roll by the Muppets.
Actually managed to have a brief chat with my sister tonight, which makes me very happy. I really do love that kid. I wish we could get along more often.
Came home early from work because I knew Nancy had people over. Came home to find no people, and my records strewn all over the living room. This seriously displeases me. Records are fragile, and difficult to replace.
I want something to read, or someone to talk to, and instead I have an empty computer lab and half an hour before I have to go to my next job. This is not a good way to spend a holiday.
I wish I could remember any of the details of my dream last night. I know it wasn’t an extension of the pilgrimmage dream, but other than the fact that it was strange, and I think there were lots of faces peering at me, I can’t remember a blessed thing about it.