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In which I blurgh

I last posted on Sunday. Since it is once again Sunday, that must mean a week went by. My last two entries were a GIP and a meme. Wow, I'm exciting.

I finished my article on the July 4th concert; I did a review of Flatt & Alvis (a "newgrass" group; one is the nephew of Lester Flatt - very good, very modern stuff. I like 'em), and then mostly this week I worked, I brooded, I was moody, I thought of a lot of "pity me" posts I didn't write, I puttered around with my second book (the stuff I cut from my first), I brooded some more, filled with the certainty that I will forever be kept in this economic holding pattern where my credit counseling company will NEVER settle with my final two creditors, so my house will always be a wreck and my truck will slowly disintegrate around me... Plus several other stupid and unreasonable things that go as suddenly as they come, so one minute I'm in a great, cheerful mood, and the next... blargh.

In the cheerful category, I lost four more pounds on the gym's scale (official weigh-in tomorrow at the office scale); I bought some more clothes (I'm an addict, but happy about it), at GoodWill this time, so on the cheap. And OH, am I ready for my vacation!!!

Next week I have to review the Complete Reprise Sessions from Gram Parsons, including the DVD Fallen Angel, then next week is the Johnny Cash Live from Denmark DVD, and Dave Insley's newest release, which doesn't actually come out until the 8th, but I have to get it done early because I'll be gone the week of the 4th.

My desk is a mess.


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Jul. 21st, 2006 03:10 am (UTC)
I think I ordered the Gram Parsons. Haven't listened to it yet, of course.

In vaguely related news (well, it's about music), have you seen a documentary called Searching for the Wrong-Eyed Jesus? I recorded it back in May and finally watched it yesterday, and it's absolutely wonderful. About the South and music, but much more fascinating than it sounds from that bare bones description. Quite haunting, really. Let me know if you want me to burn you a copy.
Jul. 21st, 2006 03:40 am (UTC)
It's nice to finally hear his solo stuff - it's not like I haven't always known who he was, of course, but this is the first time I've really heard his work.

No, I haven't. Sure, I'd like to.
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