music, panties, rushmore, and shel In honor of the “lost” Beatles song that has been uncovered and is scheduled to be released this summer for some sort of Yellow Submarine hype, I’ve decided to uncover lost Squishy entries– entries that never saw it to the website for one reason or another. Sometimes I never finished … [Read more…]
both cross the line And like that, we’re already a quarter into the year. So I’m driving to rehearsal yesterday and I hear on the radio, “Dude! Can you play the new Pearl Jam song?”
martha stewart, i’m not We got new sheets this weekend. I was tired of flannel sheets. I was tired of the way they collected hair and lint and fur and little bits of black things that I didn’t want to reflect on. I was tired of sweating during my naps. I was tired of feeling … [Read more…]
but i like it sticky and messy I can’t believe it’s already March. Time is just flying by. Eric’s dad went home today. We had a good time. Over the weekend we went to the Austin Museum of Art to see the new exhibit. We saw the capitol building, which I hadn’t seen in the … [Read more…]
eric tries to convert me Oh, the irony that is my life. The doctor’s office called yesterday. Everything is fine. No more pre-cancerous cells. Nothing to worry about. I just have a slight infection, take some medicine and I’ll be all cleared up. Happy, happy, joy, joy, right?
oh, who cares? “Every night she prays to God that another big ship will sink so she has a sequel.” — Howard Stern on Celine Dion Celine Dion said “My Heart Will Go On” isn’t a song, it’s an experience. How full of yourself do you have to be to say that your song will … [Read more…]
we’re having spaghetti Late posting– sorry. I’ve been training people all morning.
how to write a grammy winner Happy New Year, by the way, for those of you celebrating. It is the Year of the Rabbit, and that is my year, for those of you wondering. Eric is a Pig, which is a very compatible sign with me. So, take that, restaurant girlies. Where do you guys … [Read more…]
or, how i won five dollars and changed my life I saw Chicago yesterday. Keep in mind I’ve been waiting to see this musical for twenty years, and in my head it is a very lavish and incredible piece of theatre. Somehow it got a bit lost in the translation. I love the first act … [Read more…]