Wednesday, June 22, 2005

Praise The Lord And Pass The Ben & Jerry's

I'm blogging. I really have nothing to blog about, but I'm blogging nonetheless.

I'm hungry. Last night, Tina, Brian, and I played Halo 2 and ate Ben & Jerry's. Of course, I inhaled mine, and, well, that was 12 hours ago, so I'm starved now.

It wasn't really playing Halo 2 so much as Tina and I trying to frantically hide from the wrath of Brian, who got his hands on a sniper rifle and picked us off like that guy in the tower in Saving Private Ryan. Of course, Brian didn't blow up, and sorry if I spoiled that movie for someone. I mean, it came out in like '99, so you should've seen it already.

I think the night checkout woman at Kroger must think I'm crazy. I always go in at ridiculous hours, and I always buy weird shit like ice cream or bacon or something.

Tomorrow's trash day, something Tina and I often forget. Maybe blogging about it now will ensure that I remember later. We'll see.

Jon quit today. I mean, hell, we don't need a news designer, right? Argh. Sometimes I just want to say, "Well...fuck." And, you know, I say that, and I feel better.

My accounting test got postponed until Monday, which is great, because I can avoid doing it longer. That's always good news.

Tina bought me a cherry bra and matching thong. Bitchin! The better news? Who knew my boobs had gone up a cup size? Thanks to the powers that be for making the breasts larger - they appreciate it.

Song of the day (yes, there is one!): "The Difference" by Matchbox 20.

Slow dancing on the boulevard
In the quiet moments while the city’s still dark
Sleepwalking through the summer rain and the tired spaces
You could hear her name when she was warm and tender
And you held her arms around you
There was nothing but her love and affection
She was crazy for you
Now she's part of something that you lost


And for all you know
This could be
The difference between what you need
And what you wanna be
Yeah, what you wanna be

Night swimming in her diamond dress
Making small circles move across the surface
Stand watching from the steady shore
Feeling wide open and waiting for
Something warm and tender
Now she's moving further from you
There was nothing that could make it easy on you
Every step you take reminds you that she's walking wrong


Yeah, for all you know
This could be
The difference between what you need
And what you want

Every word you never said
Echoes down your empty hallway
And everything that was your world
Just came down

Day breaking on the boulevard
Feel the sun warming up your second hand heart
Light swimming right across your face
And you think maybe someday, yeah
Maybe someday


For all you know
Yeah, this could be
The difference between what you need
And what you want

Yeah, for all you know
For all you know
Yeah, for all that you know
This is what you wanna be
Girl, what you wanna be

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