Friday, March 31, 2006

spring break

three cheers for everyone NOT going any where for spring break. that's right. who says you need to go home, or to the lake, or the beach, or anywhere for that matter to have a good time during spring break?

ok, who am i fooling, i am just jealous. but in all honesty the extra hours i am picking up at work will be a huge blessing.

ok, good news, rumor has it that Louisville's number one indie/acoustic import from the west will be playing at Logos on the 15th. i am of course refering to butterworth & siege, of which i represent fifty percent. so be there, tell your friends, buy our cd (which doesnot exist yet, but hey technically neither does Underoath's new cd but that doesnot mean the guys on my hall dont already have a copy)

Friday, March 24, 2006

ok, good news. I finished my first Dr. Joslin exam. I had myself a good cry afterwards, but i got through without any major bodily injuries. I'm just glad i knew what the "comma johanneum" was.

Well, all the popular kids are going on the spring retreat, which leaves me with all the other kids who think they are too cool for school activities, (or in my case can't afford to miss that much work.) Well maybe I will actually get started on that book review.

I leave you now with a picture of John Tollefson for your viewing pleasure.

Friday, March 17, 2006

Ahh...There's nothing like a good swim to cheer you up when you are down. I swear, Blues music only exists because B.B. King couldn't swim.

In case you didn't know, the Women's Auxiliary might just be the coolest cats on campus. Thanks to their generous work in the Clothes Closet, I now have two more blazers and a pretty snazzy sweater vest. God bless those little old ladies.

Paul McNeil's birthday party was most entertaining. Nancy Jane was kind enough to open up her house for the event, and invited all of Paul's fellow student volunteers from Sprindale. For those who have never been, the Beanblossom estate is quite impressive; I mean how many people have a natural water fall in their back yard!

Well I would love to stay and type all day, but unfortunately I have places to go and people to casually aviod.

Friday, March 10, 2006

Rocket Summer Tickets

My friend Robbie is in from Arizona. If you run into him, give him a big hug and make sure he feels welcomed.

I was recently informed that the Relient k is sold out. If this indeed turns out to be "on the level" than I will be happy to buy some tickets off someone, which will be a whole lot nicer than me clubbing you in the back of the head with a lead pipe and taking the tickets from your blood drenched body.

Those of you who know me well no doubt are now having a conundrum, because while I am open about my respect and occasional enjoyment of Relient K, I am by no means a die hard fan. Well the reason for the sudden impulse of violence and bribery can be explained in three words: THE ROCKET SUMMER.

For the past two years I have admired, sung along with, and danced alone in my room to the wonderful music of Bryce Avery. I must see him live and will stop at no means to achieve my goal.

Sunday, March 05, 2006


I think I lost all of my ambition last week. I've been trying all day to find some ambition to do school. I mean, I checked my email, no ambition. I checked my facebook, and alas, other than the usaul poke from John Letoto, nothing. Even video games, which on occasion are a great source of ambition renewal, yeilded no positive results.


There are far too many books on my shelf I have not read. I wish I could stop time and read for a couple of years and just read, and probally practice the piano. Then I would un-pause time and continue from where I left off, smarter and more talented.

Yeah... thats a good plan. I'll let you know how that works out.