Thursday, March 21, 2013

life was much easier when i was young

i've been running on empty for most of today. 4 basketball games in 2 days can do that to you. of course, i have 4 games to go to tomorrow. i think my Saturday may be either a coma or one powered by alcohol.

did manage to sell off some music today. got $15. that's the most cash i've had on me in 3 months. certainly enough to cover the poems i need to mail out. i'm hoping to get that all done before having to get down to UD Arena for the afternoon session of basketball. which means plenty of the little shit to do tonight. cover letters, bios, etc. etc. i guess i can get that done between basketball, hockey and the dishes this evening.

as for the 2 games last night. neither were that close. both had much better flows than Tuesday's games. made the evening go much quicker. actually got out of the arena before midnight. not sure if that's going to happen or not on Friday.

another must win for the New York Rangers tonight. with the way Florida is playing right now, hopefully the boys put the foot on the neck early.

my brackets are ok of right now. (fingers crossed)

my order from arrived early. so, you'll be seeing a few new music (at least new for me) selections popping up.

had a very nice lunch with my mother today while watching some tourney games. helps that i was drinking. and not having to pay.

i'm interested to see how i survive tomorrow. i'll be sitting in a section of the arena that i haven't sat in in over a decade. should be interesting. i'm really hoping the games are good enough to trick my mind into not giving a shit that i'm around nearly 13,000 strangers and i really don't like people for the most part.

at the very least, i'm hoping for a few poems to pop up out of nowhere.

hope this finds everyone well. until i grace you with my presence again.

music today:

Guided By Voices - Down By The Racetrack
Youth Lagoon - Wondrous Bughouse
Japandroids - Celebration Rock

"Middle age is when you're sitting at home on a Saturday night and the telephone rings and you hope it isn't for you." - Ogden Nash

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