July 29, 2009
Posted by rachelle at 11:43 AM
July 23, 2009
I title this blog with the full and unabashed knowledge that no one will likely want to read on. I did not want to give it a decievingly enticing title and when the contents became known have you feeling dejected and let down. It is late. I have been in my room, ill for the past 72 years, or 5 days, whatever it has been. I would just like to publically thank Melissa, aka 'M' for her box set of Gossip Girl, it has SWARMED my mind full of so much drama in the lives of beautifully rich and richly beautiful people that even if I did have problems before I started watching I scarcely remember them now. And it has helped the time go by and kept me from yet another hospital visit, this time from attempted suicide from being inside my own room for too long.
Back to my main reason for blogging, ignoring that there isn't really a distinct reason or any cool pics. I happen to love music. I know, really 'original.' Who hates music? I mean who, when confronted with a musical decision throws their hands up to the heavens and declares they hate melodic adventures, of all sorts? No one. But, I have recently discovered some quality tunes as of late and have delved further into some past loves. Let me share:
The weepies. They are amazing. Please trust
'Corona and Lime' by Shwayze
'Come on Eileen' by Dexy's Midnight Runners
'Fur' by Blitzentrapper. Youtube this one, stellar vid
'Crazy Love' and 'Bring me Along' by Pepper.
'turpentine' by Brandy Carlisle
'Why Do I' by Joe Purdy
-If you're in a music funk, allow these tunes to re-edify your faith and trust in the musical world
Posted by rachelle at 10:32 PM
July 5, 2009
I do LOVE the 4th. It's Summer time and the family is forced to endure eachother's and the fireworks obnoxiousness.....beautiful. Firstly is the H-town classic firework show. Meg wasn't quite sure what to think and Maddie played with 'Rose-Uni-Princess' the whole time, (that's the name of her unicorn). Then is the annual Ashcroft firework show, indeed a favorite in my reminiscent heart. Sure, the fireworks may not be Disneyland worthy, but the food, meg's spastic dancing, and watching those boys almost suicides while trying to light them is always priceless. Gotta love family time, I have a crazy one but wouldn't trade any of them....for any less than a 5 zero-ed sum:).
Posted by rachelle at 11:24 PM
Posted by rachelle at 11:01 PM