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Jump back November 30th, 2009 Go forward

First order of business:

Happy Birthday, metal_aria!


I'm sorry the greeting is late. I hope you had a lovely birthday!

State of the Body: I don't know if I have the flu or just a cold, but I felt crappy enough to stay home from work, today. Thank God for Tylenol PM.

Tonight's Noise: I think I've figured out why I'm under-enthused about Celtic Woman. Mark has been listening to them on the TV tonight. I wasn't paying much attention. After a while, I asked him what he was watching, and he told me. I told him I had thought he was listening to a concert of tunes from recent Disney movies.

Celtic Woman sounds to me like Disney songs--you know, the sort that are in Pocahontas, The Little Mermaid, etc. Their voices are too pretty, and they have no personality. Their songs are sappy.

(whine, whine, whine, grump, grump, grump)

And they scoop when they sing. Bleah.

However, their performance of "Ni Sen La" rocks. Great song and great English verse they put to it!

Writing: I feel the need to write some Snape and Graves fan fiction. Come on, Paul and Severus, talk to me.

Current Mood: grumpygrumpy

Is there any song you'll never grow tired of hearing? If so, what is it, how long have you loved it, and why?


That would be "Scarborough Fair/Canticle" by Simon & Garfunkel and "California Dreaming" by The Mommas and the Poppas.

Yeah, I'm all Sixties.

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