Thursday October 21 2010

Just after 5 p.m. I wake up.

Breakfast: Toasted English Muffin with Butter and Blackberry Jam. Orange Juice. Zinc, Alfalfa Grain.

Trip to Big Lots, Target, and Harris Teeter.

Thinking about cowardice and how much it holds so many of us back from peace.

Lunch: Egg Salad Sandwich with Tomato. Salt N Vinegar Chips. Honey Green Tea.

Watching a National Geographic documentary called The Moment of Death “explores the physical and psychological changes experienced by the human body in the moments before and after death. When does a person really die, and what happens at that precise second when life ends?”

Business and rent stuff.

Eating a Mango and Kinder Chocolate.

Setting up to track guitars for “The Sirens”—testing guitar tone.

Stretching and doing crunches at home.

Picking up my drunken girlfriend from Harpoon Larry’s (She calls it Poon’s for short). She’s hiccupping in the car. It sounds cute. Listening to another story about how some guy tried to hit on her. She feels a sense of pride in telling me when she’s rejected another guy.

Dinner: Salmon. Perogies in a Yogurt Dill Dip. Broccoli.

We go to the storage unit. She’s hobbling around as I chase after her. Sex ensues. Still kind of drunk and whiney, she goes back and forth between good-natured feelings and self-pity.

Giving a ride to her car somewhere out on Bonney Road. Still in her pouty state because I want to record for the rest of the night. Me: “You’re an insatiable girl.”

“I hate you.” “I love you.” “I hate you.” “I love you.” “I hate you.” “I hate you.” These are the things you say to me.

It’s about 4 a.m. Art is in the computer room with me on the desktop. He’s still trying to fix his laptop. Surprised he is awake.

Eating a bowl of Cherrios with Brown Sugar. I encourage Art to eat a bowl of cereal as well. “It’s the best late night snack.”

Recording at the storage unit.


Sleep 8 a.m.

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