I really like music. I enjoy listening to it, and I enjoy making it. Over the years I have been involved in three bands, produced a double-handful of songs, and been on the radio twice. But I have a confession to make: I never learned to play guitar.
I’m not going to apologize for the sadness of the previous post, but I understand if you have some trepidations about reading this one now, because of it. In order to assuage your fears and take the taste out of your mind, here are a few somewhat light-hearted things to ponder.
“I’ve now had this conversation about 100 times:
Person who’s lived in Seattle longer than me: It RAINS here. You’re going to HATE it. Waaahhhh, RAIN! So much RAIN. It will eat your soul and dismember your family! *sobs* Why did you leave the paradise of northern Indiana to subject yourself to the horrible, life-destroying RAIN?
Me: Why do you live here?
Seattleite: I LOVE it here!
Just a quick set of ideas you can use for your own constructive self-delusion. Remember kids, we do this all the time already — might as well direct it yourself for your own happiness.
This is the followup to yesterday’s post.
I upgraded my computer today. It was kind of a pain in the butt when it really shouldn’t have. I’m going to take this opportunity to vent a little about my Mac experience. This is basically going to chronicle a few impressions about the past several months as a Mac user.
I went to the dentist, today. It was surprisingly pleasant! I’m in only a little pain right now. In the process of taking my mind off the actual activities, I got in touch with why I’ve been hesitant to go to the dentist over the years. This may or may not apply to you