Monday, May 21, 2007

It's Safe To Say We'll Never Know Everything

So, it was a very musical weekend, to say the least. We played at the festival in Temecula on Saturday and Darla played on Sunday. It was good to see Jupiter. They are super cool dudes and I am starting to really enjoy their music a lot more. I got my free Chipotle burrito today and went to Wild West guitars in Riverside. That place was amazing; so much better than Guitar Center. Jamie moved out yesterday. It's pretty weird without him around. I think we all got used to him being in the house.

I am not sure what I want in life right now. I've been feeling pretty weird this past month or so. Oh, well.

I don't know how or why, but I want to simplify my life even more. I just want a steady routine of study and creation.

Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Pan Piloto

My hair is officially super long. There is like 29 pounds of it. We'll see how long that lasts during the heat of summer.

I've been playing piano a lot. Getting better.
Painting a little. Still kind of suck.
Drawing a lot. Getting better.
Sitting around way too much. I need an occupation.
Yeah, man.
I know it is summer when I am up at five in the morning every night.
This computer is killing me.

All right, that was random.
Peace out.


Saturday, May 5, 2007

Prideful Morry

If Brave Morry ever makes stickers they should just look like this. I laughed pretty hard. That's all.

Friday, May 4, 2007

Young Miniature Bube

The blossoming Bube could take no more. Hot, tired, and just uncomfortable, Bube, in his tattered white t-shirt, extra large, sat anxiously in the dim hall. His parents, splashing around in red wine, didn't hear his cry. Red hair bleached blonde. Upper lip, dignified and elevated. Young, miniature Bube.

Tuesday, May 1, 2007

The Heat is On

Summer is finally here!

I want to accomplish a few things this Summer:

1) Create somewhat of an art portfolio with various illustrations, photos, digital designs, and possibly paintings.

2) Compose some music and record it.

3) Get students for guitar lessons.

4) See some museums I haven't seen.

5) See some bands I haven't seen.
6) Take more pictures.

7) Chill.

Other than that, Displace Me was last weekend and it was an amazing turn-out. It reminded me of a huge summer camp event (Bube and Jamie together). Everyone was singing and dancing and just plain enjoying each other; you can't go wrong with that. Invisible Children is doing a good thing and I am happy to see it flourishing.



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