May 31, 2003

jets to brazil is playing new brookland tonight. so...maybe i'll be there. but it'll be super crowded. but it'll be a good show. hm...i'll think about it.

i've actually gotta start packing today. gotta. i think mom and i are about to run to walmart.
fun times...i hung out with steph and syd at steph's house tonight. then i met heather at courtyard. we brought camino pictures to share. i'm so glad i got to hang out with heather before heading to brevard. she's one cool chick.

i really feel like playing my guitar. i think the coffeeshop atmosphere did it to me. that and i'm feeling inspired lately. i thought of some lyrics the other day that i really like, and it'd be cool to nail a tune down to em. i'm sorry i've neglected you, baby. when i get back from camp, i promise i'll get you restrung.

it's sad that i'm leaving on monday. it's hard to leave, but i know it'll be a blast once i'm there. i'm in the mood to reconnect with the folks here, and now i have to leave. but i'll get over it. i feel like i'm never in any one place for very long, except for school. i'm just not at home for long at a time. i'm always about to go someplace else. maybe that'll be what makes me stay in l-town next summer. we'll see.

May 29, 2003

well, well, well...look who's been slacking off on the blog. oh, wait. that's me. sorry bout that. since last thursday, i've been at keystone for a few days, reuniting with friends and helping with a mother/daughter weekend, gone to westminster to hang out, seen an excellent jump show in chucktown, shopped a tidge, and been back to westminster to go to church with the guys and deidre. i just got back from there less than an hour ago.

i'm so sick of being in a car. and my cd player still doesn't work, so i've been listening to the radio mingled with bouts of silence. oh oh oh...the new chili pepper's song, it's a slow one, and it's so wonderful. oh so evocative. think i may buy that cd soon.

i got a great book to read while i'm at camp. each chapter is by a different christian author and discusses how some classic writer (shakespeare, dickens, tolkien, etc.) have influenced them. i'm excited about reading it. and, of course, i'll be continuing les miserables.

time to veg. yeah.

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