I had to do it twice.
As for クロドリ which sings the wing where these are broken with the deceased of night acquisition only because you happen learning the thing which throws your life everything which did not wait for this time
To lower me with the twig and the feather for my head which puts in place me of the love which all does me where he the bed of growin of that garden where he knits the crown, him sings the field where the eye has awakened and snaps, calm soldier just a little yah of my mind
I've been sort of holiday-busy, (work begins on the solstice cards) and sort of in hiding. Feeling visible and vulnerable and also curling in a ball to ready my geeky self for the ROTKEE. I am anxious, in both senses.
I was on the radio a week ago - my friends' John Bates and Peter Kernast were celebrating the 15th anniversary of their radio show, Legacy, on WTSR. We were invited for reminiscing and snacks, and I got asked to pick three songs and talk about them on the air. I chose three love songs - Mirabeau Bridge by Sam Larkin (The James Keelaghan version); 49 tons of diesel locomotive (couldn't drag me back to you) by Fred Eaglesmith; and Down Here by Jim Infantino. I know - no Dave Carter. I surprised myself. But that audience knows Dave's work and I have a mission to get those canadians a little bit of spotlight.
Spent some "distract me" time with Chris - her mom and dad are both ill, and she's been anxious that this year the holidays are all they can be, just in case. Jim and I will be headed over there to have dinner tonight, and visit with her brother Honest Bob and his wife, which should be tons of good.
Took Titania to the Apple hospital. In fact she should be returning any day now. It was so weird to leave her behind, she's been an extension of my arm and brain since I first got her. I am falling in love with Claus now, though, but still, I have plans for Titania. Since we were only a block away, we brought home a big box of White Castles and a bottle of pepsid. (most people would have gone for pepsi, but not us!) Few things invoke my childhood, my mom, or my favorite aunt (Aunt Gert) like riding in a car full of slider smells and waiting to eat them. They give them to you in a cardboard suitcase now. Frosty slept in it for days.
And, I woke in a puddle the other day - the patch is not going to hold, and in spite of the plan to replace the bed when we know our plans for moving - or at least after the holidays - it looks like we'll have to make a decision now. I was not unhappy at the idea of camping in the living room for a few days, so of course Jim came in with a note the apartments had stuck in the mailbox saying they were coming in *sometime* the next morning to make the repairs the state asked for during our regular inspection - last July. So, we hacked up the mattress part of the old bed, carried the body out in bits, and currently have the inflatable mattress balanced on the boxspring for the water bed (note - it isn't solid, it has part of the well for the water mattress in the center). cause, you know, I needed the excitement. (G)
Jim is gearing up his extensive solstice music collection. I sent him on a quest to help someone find a few obscure cuts yesterday, and since he can control the server in the office from his laptop station on the couch,. random things would suddenly come - most seemed logical, but this one surprised me (to say the least) I really should try to post a catalog on the website of what he has, so he can hook up with other yulie-ologists. We range from traditional (in both senses) to very weird indeed.
I got a surprise package in the mail today from mrkinch! -**hugs**
Lee Murdock in concert! I love Lee, and have never heard him perform live - I can't wait to hear this.
Kortirion - I am glad the last part of your music arrived, and I hope Galahad wasn't a cowboy disappointment! (G) (I have Viggo's face in my head when I hear it, since making that icon.)
Nancy Hibbard, if you see this - I got your package, (yay) and I am looking forward to the disc. I am in mid stride duplicating things for you (ran out of media midway!) and I will drop you an email when I am at my own desk.
And - we had a holiday icon exchange on aesthetic_icons, and I was gifted with these by refche. Aren't they great! I especially adore the idril-fileg! (apparently, partly inspired by my drabble Two Tongues.)
running off to shower now....