this is the place where i got my first ‘brain freeze’ as a child. i had no idea what was happening to me. it hurt! but i think i also kind of knew after a minute why it had happened, maybe because my mom told me when i screamed because i felt like i was dying! it was from one of their amazing and famous peanut butter milkshakes
it’s getting so hot here, i really won’t be able to wear jackets and long pants much longer.
also i will need to rearrange my furniture to the summer formation so as to free up the air conditioning unit.
most movies i watch are not really my cup of tea…
i watch movies as research.
i don’t know why i am obsessed with doing it.
it’s like i should be getting paid for this.
why do humans make movies and watch movies?
i feel like it is my duty to watch as many movies as i can. there are certain things i do not find of interest. i’m not into gory stuff. i’m just figuring out what i like.
also watching james gandolfini movies. #rip
every mirror is a photo-op. it’s good to check in. i was running around trying to get ready for valentine’s day, which ended up being a bit of a flop BUT
i did get a nice curling wand as a result of my ‘errands’.
and some henna paste to help transition to my natural color hopefully, eventually, maybe not?
i do not work out enough for these.
i got the FULL ON LUON because i am a middle aged couch potato. pathetic, right? that’s ok. it’s all good.
there are bigger fish to fry in this crazy world.
ugh i need a good camera!
this was from going to visit an old record store where i once worked, when i was 18 or 19.
mutual appreciation was unusual and i remained interested in it but idk. i respect it.
On The Road was just noisy, clatter-y (such a clatter), and seemingly pointless? much ado about nothing.
Jeff Who Lives at Home was a pretty good story, can’t say it was my fave movie of all time but i liked the idea of it.