Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Lazy

It's raining right now, and in Arizona, that's a rarity, so I don't really feel like being on the computer. I want to read about Kapiti Plain and bake cookies. So, I'm going to do the lazy blogging thing and put up a couple of videos. There's probably a really great metaphor for life hidden in this clip of L- attempting to hit a ball. Why don't you come up with it, and get back to me. I'll be reading a book about Cold War-era vampires (my attempt to rebel against Twilight), while I listen to the rain pattering on my bedroom window.
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I have no idea if the events occured in this order, but it makes for good drama, no? Okay, ready, set, PONTIFICATE!

10 comments:

mrsmouthy said...

Awesome post!

mrsmouthy said...

Keep up the good work!

mrsmouthy said...

LOL!

mrsmouthy said...

How cute!

mrsmouthy said...

Who's the strumpet NOW?

Eric said...

I think I understand now what is so important about the comments. It's not the need for validation, rather something more complex. I can't quite put my finger on a good explanation, but it's like this:

When I would do an acoustic set at the Red Owl I would finish a song and the 4 or 5 people in their wouldn't budge. They didn't even know I was playing. The silence was deafening. Not because I needed applause to feel good about myself, but it seemed weird to not have any kind of audience "closure" to what I was doing.

Perhaps blog comments are the same.

Renee said...

You guys, that has NOTHING to do with electronic tee ball.

hee hee, but thanks for racking up the comments....

Ern said...

Okay! First tee ball comment in the post about electronic tee ball! This is so, so, so cute! And Renee, you have a really cute voice too! Anyways, really cute. thanks for posting.

Jack Francis said...

You're still reading that damn book?

Renee said...

Jack, I lost the book about six months ago, and only just found it, a week ago, and since I couldn't remember anything from six months ago, I had to start over again.

I'm about fifty pages from being done now though.

I still don't know what happened to The Company. You probably ned to stop lending me books, huh?