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Archive for July, 2006

Let’s Pretend the World Isn’t Burning Down

Monday, July 31st, 2006

This month has really been a month of intense social situations around large groups of friends I rarely see followed by periods in between of recovery and idleness. It’s really been a hot and cold time. I went about two to three weeks physically and emotionally spent getting over Cornerstone week and just as I […]

“Even astronauts have down days…”

Monday, July 24th, 2006

One of the joys of being an easily irritable person with hugely varying mood swings is that what goes up must inevitably come down. …and I am coming down hard and I can feel it. Post-Cornerstone-blues, unexpected work stress (this is supposed to be the calm part of the year), and a general feeling of […]

Terror Alert!

Wednesday, July 19th, 2006

Dan is frickin’ brilliant… The “Altert” part pushes it over the edge into comedic gold. (“See, it’s funny ’cause it’s mispelled…..”)

Day 4, The End Is Near

Saturday, July 15th, 2006

By the last day of Cornerstone, I’m always feeling tired and ready to sleep in my own bed. On the other hand, I know time is running out. I have to soak in every last of moment of the festival that I can before it ends. So I spend the whole day gloriously exhausted, but […]

Day 3, Unexpected Surprises

Friday, July 14th, 2006

After the amazing and jam-packed day on Thursday, I felt like maybe the rest of the festival would be a let-down as I started to get tired from 3 AM night times and being away from home. Thankfully, there was still a lot of great concerts to see and Friday was a pleasant surprise. The […]