Tuesday, March 26, 2013

a little bit of everything

went to the doctor's office this morning to get some more blood drawn. i'm supposed to call tomorrow to get the results. i don't see that happening as i really don't give a shit one way or the other.

had to drive my mom around today as something is up with her left eye. i figure this will end up being my "job" before too long. and considering how much she has to go around this state, i better get used to her vehicle pretty damn quick.

check out Leah Angstman's review of ZYX #63 here: http://allthethingsleahshouldntsay.blogspot.com/2013/03/today-in-mail-zyx-63.html

i heard from my publisher today. it looks like Sofisticated White Trash has been delayed yet again. hopefully it will arrive in April.

and with all the poetry happenings today, i sat down and wrote 3 poems. not bad for having absolutely nothing going on in my head that i had to write about. 1 of them i really like. got a place in mind that i will be sending these 3 to, probably later on next month.

big tv night tonight. all going on at roughly the same time or running into each other, New York Rangers vs. Philadelphia Flyers, New York Yankees spring training game, The Voice, USA vs. Mexico in World Cup Qualifying. another night where i need that Elvis wall of televisions. and hopefully 2 victory beers before i call it a night.

i enjoyed the return of The Voice last night. it's one of the few reality shows that i actually enjoy.

as for Monday Night Raw, any show that ends with John Cena writhing in pain gets a big thumbs up from me. not that i actually watched much of it last night. anytime The Voice was in a commercial so was Raw. that got a little annoying after awhile.

good luck to the Dayton Flyers Women's team tonight against Kentucky. it would be nice to see them make it to the Sweet 16 this season. they certainly deserve it.

until tomorrow or whenever i post again...

music today:

Jim Croce - Photographs & Memories: His Greatest Hits
The xx - Coexist
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis - The Heist

"A poem begins in delight and ends in wisdom." - Robert Frost

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the shout-out! Glad you enjoyed the review.

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