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    20th May 2008

    I have the week off! (and I’m playing music with Julie Butler in Fort Collins on Friday)

    First off, the parentheses: Julie and I are playing at the grand re-opening of Catalyst Coffee in Fort Collins on Friday evening. It is a wine-tasting event that will be from 8:30-10:30pm. Catalyst is NW of the intersection at Horsetooth and Shields, I believe. Perhaps I’ll see you there?

    Now the substance: I have no school and the next project for work doesn’t start until next week, so this week I have time to do all the things that I’ve been needing to do but haven’t had time for. Like, I’m hoping to get the oil in my car changed. I’ve been wanting to clean my room really well for a couple weeks not. I’m going to cut off a pair of pants and hem them into shorts. I made bank deposits yesterday. I might get a haircut (I might even pay for one…). I’m trying to catch up on sleep – I didn’t sleep much in the last couple weeks. I’m playing music with friends. I might read something for fun, not for school. That would be nice. Okay, that’s pretty much all I’ve got right now, except for one complaint:

    I’m listening to songs that I want to learn how to play by watching/listening the videos on youtube right now, and I’m trying to listen to “Big Yellow Taxi” (they paved paradise and put up a parking lot), and all of the videos of the versions by Joni Mitchell (who wrote it) and the Counting Crows (who did a couple decent covers of it) are loading extremely low while the version by Amy Grant loads lightning quick. Maybe because noone out there would watch it on purpose, but I don’t know, maybe that’s mean to say. Sorry, Amy.

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