Sorry, again. Here's a brief update on my way through:
Wearing: wide legged vintage trousers & bare shoulders last weekend, reveling in the odd looks me & Jay get with him looking all like he's just walked out of a basement rave in the 80s & me like a 1970s socialite throwback. Fun times. Especially since it's cold again now.
Reading: James Frey's new book. Like all his other books it's temporarily knocked my whole world off its axis. Thinking of going to see the monks down in Bedminster for some...closure? One of my ideals is to run off & become a monk, of course that's impossible due to a pesky extra X chromosome, & no I do not want to be a nun. If you haven't read but have heard of Frey, please please do not listen to the bullshit. He could not get away with anything if he couldn't write. & fuck can he write.
Looking: at Johnnys Bird & wishing I was a teenager in the 90s, rather than a child of it.
Singing: Behind the Bunhouse by the Mystery Jets. Because something happened recently & for some reason a more rocky, more punk version of this with the band I am temporarily fronting makes absolute perfect sense to me. Especially after I was non-plussed by their live version. Now I just need to master half singing/screaming "ribs" at the end & we need to get it together.
Watching: That performance by Adele on Jools Holland of Someone Like You. I must've watched it everyday for about three weeks now & I still get goosebumps every time. Reminds me of when bands/musicians used to actually have some feeling when they preformed rather than just turning up & singing their songs. I'm looking at you Alex Turner.
I hope you are wearing/reading/looking/singing/& watching wondrous things & enjoying your holiday if you're on one. Again, again, I'm sorry for rubbish & few between posts & not commenting but you know...sometimes I simply don't have that much to say & too much to do. Next week though hopefully I'll get it together since most of my college work is done & today I'm getting a huge ma-who-sive obstacle out of the way. Ooo...cryptic. Anyway, I look forward to reconnecting!