Thursday, October 20, 2011

I am working some long hours. My life is so jacked up, I'd rather just be at work I guess. I'm learning lots and lots of stuff...and I'm hoping I'll learn even more...and...then I'll be really productive really soon! I figure if I work long and hard I can improve my situation and maybe hang around with some work friends...and put away a little extra cheese and see what it looks like when I come out of the tunnel. I was worried that too much work would deaden my brains....but...little weeds will grow out of the cracks in my skull now and then and hopefully they'll be prettyful. I said a bunch of craaazaaay stuff on the mic at a spoken word event the other night...and it was really fun.

I got my work. I got my drum circles. I got my spoken word thing once a month. I got my mad sticky note graffiti/propaganda thing going down on newspaper boxes all over town. I'm a low-grade freak doing what freaks do. I'm at one with the universe, but I wish the universe would through a little lurv my way. CC me on some lurv, Universe!

7 comments:

  1. Where is this spoken word held?

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  2. Wills on Mills Ave in Orlando. I linked the blog for it at the right, Speakeasy at Wills. Man, you should go! I guess that's a bit of a drive though huh...

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  3. Wait a sec... You're in Orlando? You're not who I thought you were then... uh oh... why am I so bad at this whole people-skils thing?

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  4. I definitely relate to this universe stuff though. I feel like I am completely in tune, doing what I am supposed to do, and bad stuff keeps coming my way... That other guy? I'm still lost. lol I thought you were a chick, why am I still reading and posting here then?

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  5. Sorry to be confusing, was just joking around. We don't know each other. I read your blog a few times and commented there. It's cool.

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  6. Oh, that makes so much more sense. BTW, I've read all your posts except for the new one. I really thought I knew you. I didn't really think you were a girl.

    I lived in Orlando for 17 years, and you have a lot of similar interests with my friends back there.

    I'm still going to keep reading, either way.

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