A brief description of you or your weblog!

blog watch

  • blog watch

  • Education Blogs

  • tech

    Valid XHTML

    Syndicate this site:
    Entries (RSS)
    Comments (RSS)

    21st March 2007

    Short hair, spring break, and a lead on the missing guitar…

    Starting with the news that everyone is most interested in: The Fort Collins Police think that someone pawned my guitar and they have found it and put a hold on it and whatnot. I have to go identify it – and I might have to identify whether the person who pawned it was also the person I suspect might have taken it from Everyday Joe’s. Unfortunately, I will not be able to do that for a couple days, because…

    I’m on spring break right now, writing from Durango, CO, where I have a number of friends – mostly just Matt and Amelia, but I guess I know a few others as well… Okay, actually just Matt and Amelia. Fish Wilson is also down here with a friend from Luther named Cricket, and we (minus Cricket) watched Men Seeking Women last night. This is an awful movie, but we watched it as a group a number of times in high school and it seemed appropriate. I’m not sure whether it was worth it or not and I don’t think I would recommend viewing it under normal circumstances, so I’ll end the discussion there.

    Before coming down here I made a stop in Grand Junction to visit my dad and his wife. We saw the Colorado National Monument and it was good.

    Also I cut my hair on Saturday last. I love the headband, but long hair is a total pain – and I’m not talking about having to wash it, because I didn’t always do that. I’m talking about it getting in your eyes and ears and making your head hot when you wear a bike helmet.

    There are many other things that I could say right now, but instead I’m going to go study in the Fort Lewis College library and leave you wondering what those other things might be…


    2 Responses to “Short hair, spring break, and a lead on the missing guitar…”

    1. Kimmy says:

      I like having my hair long…

    2. anon says:

      Hey, Daryl. I haven’t talked to you in a really long time, and I know this is really random, but I thought of you. I don’t want to seem presumptuous and I have no idea how you’ve progressed since paralysis, but I found this really cool article that I thought would be informative for you. It’s about how paralyzed men can concieve children successfully without all the expense that used to be necessary. You can find the article here:
      I am choosing to remain anonymous because I know that it is none of my business and it’s sensitive material – but I thought it was cool and might even be kinda helpful.

    Leave a Reply

    To reply to this post, please enter your name and write your comment in the textbox below. Some HTML tags are allowed, but others will be stripped if you enter them in your comments.

    Copyright 2005 by Daryl Holmlund - All rights reserved.