lately, been listening to “Built to Spill”. the boonies were great. i practiced stick-shift driving on my aunt’s red miata. it snowed in the forrest. here are some pictures of upstate, and then misc. gil talked about how he drank moonshine when he was in alabama at 17. what does this fortune cookie mean: “when pushed, love digs in its heels”?
Archive for November, 2009
this is the band that opened, little joy/ grogs
in a forest with fireworks, brownies, rabits on the field and a champagne supernova of stars revolving over us.November 23, 2009
i think canada is more civilized than the US. vancouver was beautiful.
i believe my body is a temple and it likes ‘blubree’ scones and thai food and dumplings especially.
my mom calls me ‘little seal’ in spanish and my dad calls me ‘angel’.
crickets scare me.
falo moy poquino galego mas penso que e unga lengua moy bonita.
once at beth’s house we were jumping on her bed and my hair almost cought on to the spinning fan on the ceiling.
the weirdest thing ive ever eaten i think is jellyfish
i like when you feel pure and real and thinking ‘yes, this is my life’
my favorite color is coral
johnsons pasture with my friends.
i think swimming is exactly like flying, so i’m blessed with being able to under-water fly.
and be happy you’re breathing.
joy of life
with the many
life will be
my one great time
my only time
to feel the greatest joy
our being alive
not the same
i am not the same
as any other human
i am born free to be
a different one
as is everyone
not like any other
there has ever been
or ever there will be
so now it’s up to me
to save in words
my different feelings
and my different thoughts
for i am born free to be
separate and distinct
a joyous member
of all earth’s family
the concert was really nuts and really fun. devendra was so psychedelic and melodic. the opening band, the grogs, were really great too. OH! And we went to Coney Island yesterday! It was cold, but sunny and there’s really nothing like scrunching sand inbetween your toes. and the boardwalk/dock reminded me of Little Miss Sunshine
i had this beautiful encounter on the subway. a man was playing jambe drum and singing ‘stand by me’ by ben e king. and it was so charming and sweet and soulful. so i smiled at him and that moment i felt like i knew why i was in new york city.