22 March 2006i've lost track of the days, oh well.
mike found a car on craiglist. awesome. we collectively used the force on this, i left him a message saying "hey, keep checking craigslist for new listings" and he got back and bam. there it was: a pristine 14 year old car. how does that happen? read the ad. it's hilarious.
waiting for the check to clear.... la la la la la..... account is currently at $1.12.
i've been feeling kind of BLAH all day, a headache, a stomachache, and sore throat, but only just enough to make me feel blah. not sick, just blah. hopefully it's nothing more than that. i almost threw up in my helmet today (gross!) because the rocking would NOT stop. of course, that was after eating two (very incompatible) meals back to back. and by incompatible, i mean pancakes and enchiladas.
my copy of black angels' "passover" has been shipped, and should be here shortly. YAY. seriously, i'm going to cream my pants when i finally have that in hand. love.
from the band's bio on light in the attic's page:
From deep in the heart of Texas, armed with the home-grown mantra "Turn On, Tune In, Drone Out," The Black Angels ring real and rugged like a crimson full moon-lit night. Formed in May of 2004, the band's sanctified holy racket was breech-born out of life-long friendships drawn up in blood and sealed with a kiss. Their self proclaimed "Native American Drone 'N' Roll" genre has progressed from communal living and the members' eclectic upbringings. Bassist Ryan was born on a cult compound, guitarist Bland is the real deal son of a Texas preacher man, organ player Raines grew up in a mortuary, and drummer Bailey and vocalist Maas believe a little girl in a red linen dress haunts the group's home.
tomorrow i get to meet some congressional committee on funding for nasa. or SOMETHING like that. bigwigs and stuff. whoo! they're going to come around while i'm suspended. weird, but ok. i'm going to be knitting during suspension too. haha. i'll try to get pictures.
the check didn't clear. _SIGH_ dammit.
bed time, probably.