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Thursday, February 12, 2009

Thank You for the Music

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A triple trifecta in my mailbox tonight:
  1. Dunkin Donuts coupons - the only thing better than donuts? Donuts on sale.
  2. Mamma Mia on DVD from Netflix. I'm gonna be singing along, bitches.
  3. The most hilarious, heartfelt breakup sympathy card a boy could ever hope for.
Seriously, this card was all comfort and cursing and quotes from The Office, basically a perfectly formed note from a perfect friend. SBP, you are fantastic. I laughed out loud when I read this card, and that is neither expected nor allowed when experiencing existential grief and thoughts of despair. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

Friends who have shared kind words and expensive phone calls and thoughts and time with me over the last few weeks, thank you. I don't have the most friends, but I do have the highest quality friends. I wish that I could live in the same area code as each and every one of you so that we could hang and chat and play cards and bond in good times and bad. I might even compromise that down to just living in the same country as all of you. Anyway, thank you for sharing life with me and nudging me towards better persondom.

Currently Reading:
Significant Others by Armistead Maupin

2 comments:

Liza February 13, 2009 at 5:28 PM  

I immediately starting singing along to Mamma Mia when I saw the picture. That movie makes me so happy.

annesue February 16, 2009 at 1:53 PM  

i am curious to whether you enjoyed reading "the curious incident of a dog in the night time"? i read it and liked it. loved the way it was written and how i didn´t see what was coming

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Words That I'm Living By - 5/2/2010

Time, as I've known it
Doesn't take much time to pass by me
Minutes into days, turn into months
Turn into years, they hurry by me
But still I love to see the sun go down
And the world go around

Dreams full of promises
Hopes for the future, I've had many
Dreams I can't remember now
Hopes that I've forgotten,
faded memories
But still I love to see the sun go down
And the world go around

And I love to see the morning
as it steals across the sky
I love to remember and
I love to wonder why
And I hope that I'm around
so I can be there when I die
When I'm gone

I hope that you will think of me
In moments when you're happy and you're smiling
That the thought will comfort you
On cold and cloudy days
if you are crying
And that you'll love to see
the sun go down
And the world go around
And around and around

"Around and Around" by Mark Kozelek

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