the [superbowl] sunday, currently.
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R E A D I N G I just finished reading Mitch Albom’s The First Phone Call from Heaven. The one thing I’ve always appreciated about Mitch Albom is his books are one-sit-reads. Quick, enjoyable, and PLOT TWIST.
W R I T I N G I’ve got my old journal which was started back in 2011 that I’ve been trying and trying to finish. I used to fill a blank book in two months with thoughts and ponderings and the like. I just cleaned out an old purse though, and it was filled with all sorts of mementos that I want to save. Plane tickets, concert tickets, photos, memories. I’ve decided that if I’m going to keep them, I need to put them in a journal now, lest they just sit in an old Coach bag forever in my closet.
L I S T E N I N G to Basia Bulat. The big sister (VS) introduced me to her song The Shore over Christmas, and I’ve been addicted ever since. The harmonies, you guys. The gorgeous, gorgeous, pee-my-pants-amazing harmonies. And then, you calm down about the harmonies and you’re like OMG, THE AUTOHARP. I tried to convince my Dad to buy me an Autoharp from Natural Wonders once. DOES ANYONE REMEMBER NATURAL WONDERS?!
Basia Bulat is actually coming to Grand Rapids on April 3 with The Head and the Heart and I’m pretty strongly debating going because I want to hold both hands up in the air and sing along to all the songs and all the words. Plus, it’s my birthday the next week.
T H I N K I N G that I might buy an autoharp. It’s a small instrument. It’ll fit right next to my guitars. They can all be friends.
W E A R I N G my church going clothes still. I’d like to also point out that I wore white jeans to church and they’re still clean.
L O V I N G that Peyton Manning is currently losing the Superbowl. I really don’t care at all for him. Or for Eli Manning. Or for the Williams sisters, or anyone else that participates in an OREO eating commercial.
W A N T I N G better commercials. Isn’t that what the Superbowl is about? The best moment thus far was when James Franco tried to sell everyone cars because Poof and I started texting Hoodie Allen lyrics to each other.
N E E D I N G Hoodie Allen to release new music. What’s the phrase they use? Drop the album, or something like that? Well, drop the album, Hoodie. Let’s go.
Feels good to make something you're proud of from scratch
— Hoodie Allen (@HoodieAllen) January 31, 2014
F E E L I N G like twitter’s White Bronco jokes might be more exciting than the actual Superbowl.
feels like 1994, because peyton is also a white bronco going nowhere
— josh (@Whoabot) February 3, 2014
Current Score: Seahawks: 5074915871, Bronocs: 17 close ups of Peyton’s face.
C L I C K I N G the refresh timeline on twitter. New jokes, kids. New jokes.
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Posted on February 2, 2014, in Sporty type things that aren't hockey, Twatterpants and other social networks, Words and Phrases and tagged Autoharp, Basia Bulat, Calvin College, Denver Broncos, Hoodie Allen, Journal, Mitch Albom, Peyton Manning, Seattle Seahawks, Superbowl Sunday, The Head and the Heart, writing. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.