|I said, "You're the best that I know at this game."
||[Nov. 14th, 2007|10:20 pm]
She answered, "Young man,
Come back tomorrow.
We'll play the game over and over and over
and over and over and over again."
Just the usual again tonight, and this gorgeous Kate Rusby album that Eric gave me a while ago. All I could manage in my present sleep-deprived state. I even had to bail out on dinner with Monica keystricken tonight. I'm sorry.
But! So close to half done!
Hey, "The Game Of Cards"! I have the Silly Sisters version, it's a good pick-me-up. In fact, I think I'll dig it up now.
Congrats on being close to half done!
It's a great song. I had never heard it before.
2007-11-15 07:05 am (UTC)
pointless driveby comment
I keep thinking there's something wrong with my RSS reader, because every day, it sends me a link from you that is called "gmaps pedometer." I was all ready to complain to someone (who? No idea!) when I realized they had different tags and bothered to figure out what was going on. Awesome!
2007-11-15 07:58 am (UTC)
Re: pointless driveby comment
Yep, that would be my bookmarks feed. I'm saving all the routes
. Too bad the titles aren't a little more descriptive.
2007-11-27 03:12 pm (UTC)
Hey, whatd'ya know! I'm just catching up on two months-worth of unread LindseyBlog, and here's Kate Rusby! :) I'm glad you're liking the song... every one of her albums has songs that I love discovering. And this one is just so irresistibly cheeky!
Sounds like you've been up to a heck of a lot, my friend. I'm sorry I'm catching it all up at once instead of following along in real time. :) Can't wait to see you again and hear about your adventures in person... (and when are we doing that, again?)
Oh, and get this: I just saw Helvetica on Sunday--it came back to the film festival. You're right, that guy with the Coke ad was hilarious. "Any questions? Of course not!"
I also liked the (Swiss? Dutch? German?) designer who, when asked why Helvetica has been used to much for 50 years, answered with one of those European lip-sighs and say "I don't know. Why is bad taste ubiquitous?" :)
I loved the designer who said, "American Airlines is the only airline who hasn't changed their logo in fifty years. Look at it. How could they improve?"
I haven't been up to that much: mostly just the same things over and over! But hopefully I'll be up to new things soon!