January 1st, 2006

disco star

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so far, knock on wood, 2006 has begun as a wonderful year.

i counted down the last seconds of 2005 with some of the people that mean the very most to me, in surroundings that had me feeling nothing but comfortable. i either got to talk to, or got messages from, some of the people that mean the most to me that couldn't be here as well.

i got to sleep in (for the most part) and am thankfully not TOO hung over. i'm sure what i do feel can be alleviated by leftover muchos gracias chimichanga and coffee. (dumb caffeine headache.) i'm going to the movies with coworker lori, but i suppose i really should do a bathing ritual. not to mention tame this fro. I AM SEXEH.

apparently, the motto for 2005 had been "Let it Go.", accepting things as they hit us and letting them roll off of us.
for 2006, the motto will be "ROCK IT!", taking your life by the horns and making what YOU want of it. it's your life, afterall.

because of going back to school and lots of change on the horizon that i can sense, i think it shall be quite fitting.

love yous.
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occasionally, i'll get songs, or certain parts of songs, that will not get out of my head for literally WEEKS. the last song to do this was the bridge? i can't think through my caffeine headache for the correct terminology. but the bridge of Ezra's "King of New Orleans" would go through my head CONSTANTLY:

Any way you look
Any way you talk it over
It's easier
To let it slip out of your mind

But it rips your heart out
Then it kicks your head in
Would you give him one more chance
To try and see the beauty in his world

All the way in on my hands
In on my feet and shoulders
Gonna make
Twenty dollars before the weekends over

So set him up
Then let him fall
Turn him over in your hands
God save the king of New Orleans

noooow, though, for FREAKING WEEKS, it's been maroon 5's "harder to breathe":

lyrics here.

song here!
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