Shake your tambourine
"You blow my head open. Of one thing I'm sure...
I do my best for you I do"
Sunday, November 13, 2005

It's hard to slow down...
After working so fast and furiously for the last four months, it's hard to slow down. I sleep in, 'cause I'm still exhausted, but then I start to dream about what work I could be doing. And then I get up and get my computer ready... But I come to reality. Any work that I do right now can FOR SURE be done tomorrow. SO THERE!

I don't know, I guess I just got in this groove to where I felt like I needed to use every available amount of time to get work done. There weren't enough hours in the day to get it all done. But now there are. Now there is time to relax. There's still at lot to be done, but I have time to do it. It's gonna pick up again, but not for a while. This is good. Good... Good...
Rob's running the San Antonio Marathon right now.
Come on Rob! Keep it going!
I only have five more days in the office until it's official vacation time. Yeah Hoo! I have not been home for over a full week in ages. I'm going to Austin for a visit (yesss!), gonna go shopping with my mom, and chill with the fam.

I'm kinda bummed about not being home for Christmas Eve this year. We'll be in Houston by 9 am on Christmas morning, but still. It's not the same. And when I told my dad about it, I started to cry. 'Cuase on Christmas Eve, my dad and I always go shopping for bonus gifts for people. And this would be the first year in... AGES... EVER... that we won't be doing it. So yesterday, I get an e-mail from my dad saying that you can't stop tradition. He's either going to extend one of his New York visits to a weekend so we can go shopping... OR we're going to do bonus gift shopping after Christmas (same amount of fun... half the price!). I don't know... just made me feel good. I love my papa.


An Angel Flying
something food related

Feelin' Creative...

ljc fyi
pink is the new blog
not martha


New Moon
Stephanie Meyer

Will revisit:
The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous, & Broke
by Suze Orman
Invisible Man
by Ralph Ellison
Catch 22
by Joseph Heller


by Stephanie Meyer
Best 'Tween Book EVER!
Little Earthquakes
by Jennifer Weiner
Loved it!
Harry Potter 6
by J.K. Rowling
Can't wait for Book 7!
Diary of a Mad Bride
by Laura Wolf
This one made me feel normal
by Jeffrey Eugenides
Motorcycle Diaries
by Ernesto Che Guevara
Just OK... not amazing
Fan Man
by William Kotzwinkle
The Life of Pi
by Yann Martel


A Prayer for Owen Meany
by John Irving
The Photograph
by Penelope Lively


Eric Hutchinson
American Hi-Fi
Carbon Leaf
Damien Rice
The Shins
Sarah Mclachlan

Where's Dashboard Confessional?


Other Stuff...

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