I am freaking exhausted. Staying up until 4 am pretending to be a cool rock chick will do that, I guess. Fun night, better day (despite the hangover) showing the PNW boys Nashberg.
Fall still seems to be raining it’s way in. I’ve gotten pretty used to Indian summers here. I guess it’s still possible. It’s just been so overwhelmingly grey and insanely wet for the last week. The air tastes like despair. I have been here, in the sun, for so long now that apparently it takes only a week of grey for SAD to set in. Luckily a good day of bright Southern sunlight can knock it out. Now if only the sun would come out.
Libelle and I went shopping yesterday and I got an amazing wool coat, Italian, with the tags still on at the new Goodwill for $15. I am smitten with it. It’s purple, but not too purple. I like autumn all right, though I lament the loss of summer. The coat is so wonderful that I think I might actually make it through winter. I will try to take pictures tomorrow.
I lost my evening reading random personal blogs that Google Reader recommended me. Usually it recs me sewing blogs or something clearly related to other blogs I read (like music or local news) but I got these two random ones. One a girl who seems lonely and sad, but maybe doesn’t realize how pathetic she comes across (lots of writing about the boyfriend she misses, even though they broke up a year ago and she hasn’t spoken to him in seven months, ugh, so sad). And another is a sort of hipstery dude in Brooklyn, but he posts kind of interesting art, and these hilarious (possibly unintentionally so) one line movie reviews, so I might follow him for a while.
Then I was thinking about how these blogs are nothing but weird windows into people’s lives so I went back and read my own entries from the last three Septembers. And I guess since this blog is sort of about nothing, it is also a weird little window into my life. I was reminded that I get really homesick every September, so it is excellent that I am going out to visit this week (omg, I need to pack). And there’s odd little entries like this one that make my life seem interesting. I guess my life is interesting.
I was contemplating some meme where you put all your past addresses into Google Earth and post the pictures of them, but then it seemed oddly morbid. Still, here is the house I grew up in. It is part of what makes me interesting. This pictures makes me happy. Maybe it is because it seems so sunny.
The Placebo version of this song was on the premiere of Vampire Diaries (which so far doesn’t suck) and reminded me of how much I love it. I have probably listened to it six times tonight. It makes me feel lonely and happy at the same time. This video is clearly dated though still incredibly lovely.
This live performance is also dated, but the emotion in it is fantastic.
I am covered in mosquito bites from walking around Spring Hill cemetery this morning. I hate the word “upcycle.” I am tired and achy. I should be in bed. Instead I am scrunched up on the love seat eating a sandwich consists of wheat bread (the cheap, crappy kind that is like brown white bread), tartar sauce (better than mayo on sandwiches) and havarti. It is kind of trashy and incredibly delicious.