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Thursday, April 27, 2006

The following post contains NONE of the necessary photos, clever maxims, hilarious stories, romantic epiphanies, or groundbreaking news. It will forever go down in history as just another boring blog post.
Just thought you might want notice.

In order to keep these annoyingly irrelevant details of my life out of the majority of the blog posts--with sympathy for the reader, I decide to list them here for those interested in point form:
1. I cut my hair today. It's short.
2. I got a guitar. (Finally.)
3. I recorded my first piano track today. It's not Richard, but it makes me happy. Little steps. Little steps.
4. Golden week is coming up and I'm making a new card for everybody in the home. I personally am not really one for street witnessing, but it'll be fun over golden week to get out with the whole home. I'm looking forward to it.
5. Thinking of writing up big long blog posts on all sorts of things, but I just don't have it in me to write the sort of thing that requires editing and moving stuff around. I just want to relax and munch on my thoughts.
6. I'm saying goodbye to a lot of people recently. Being as I'm moving (middle of next month), I'm going to be saying goodbye to my home of 14 years, to Woody, to Faith and Fran, to Steve, to Rick. Emi's going to Mexico in a week or so--I won't have any more buddy to bake with and go on bike rides with. We sat on the scaffolding late last night (there's tons of scaffolding all around our house cause we're getting new siding put up) and ate fudge brownies and took tiny shots of Baileys (I bought a very tiny bottle).
(Psst: I used to be good at saying goodbye, but somehow I don't want to be good at it any more. I don't know why, but even though I'm not any more sad at saying bye bye to someone now than I was before, I want to miss them more. It's not that I want to be sad. Maybe I'm less proud now. Maybe now I realize that people deserve to know that they make a difference in my life.)
7. I'm reading Sherlock Holmes. Yummy.
8. I made it to Mochizuki and Daiso by myself (well, guiding Emi) for the first time the other day. Now that I've assured myself that I'm not absolutely dense when it comes to directions, I'm ready to get my license. Look out world. (Ha! Ha! Ha!)
9. I wonder what Elaina's doing.


Blogger zupa said...

getting a guitar is a major earth moving event (at least for me) congratulations!

4/30/2006 8:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Flo just wanted to say that I really like your song "Alive Again"
and hope you sing more in the future.

5/05/2006 10:07 PM  

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