You start me up again
Can you use me instead?
You'll take me there
But you'll need strength from within
I know now that it's over
You could've had me right there beside you
Maybe I got too set in my ways
Maybe I'm passing you by
Then an encounter with a voice that caressed me
I let him wake me
Love let me breathe
The sexiest thing is trust
I will be safe in my frame
You drank my tenderness
With this secret kiss
"Are you having regrets about last night?"
Am I alone in this?
I believe I'm worth coming home to kiss away night
Pick myself off the floor
I had a life before
Could it be the fates are protecting us?
I'm in my war, you're in yours
You're friends but he is not the love of your life
Life without love isn't worth very much
I won't push you unless you have a net
You are not alone in your darkness
But baby I would let your darkness invade me
It's been a long time
A thought says what if I keep on driving
Searching, trying to find you
I saw Amityville Horror tonight with my friend Brad. What a brief movie! It was over before I knew it. It's like The Lord of the Rings, only 20 hours shorter. With the term 'Horror' in the title you go into it expecting a lot of scares. Afterall, Dimension Films is responsible for this movie. It didn't provide many jumps, but there were audible gasps when Ryan Reynolds took off his shirt. And there's this great scene with the babysitter, and I won't give it away, but I burst out laughing when it was supposed to be sick and frightening. And I didn't think my sense of humor was so morbid. Overall it was a good film, and something I'm glad I went to see in the theater.
After the movie I went out to dinner at Panda Inn with Brad, Bob, Steve, and Brian. Steve and Bob had gone to see The Interpreter, and reported that it was good but very long. My fortune from dinner read, "You desire to discover new frontiers."
That reminds me of a joke I made today about a raw hotdog and some buns, but I digress...
I was talking with a friend last night, and he startled me by mentioning he was thinking of traveling the country and just stopping somewhere to live. It got me to thinking. What's keeping me in San Diego? School is for now, and my close friends. But really, why couldn't I live somewhere else? The whacky part is that I can live somewhere across the country if I want. Maybe even another country all together. Just an interesting throught for the day, or week as it may be.
Just doing a little spring cleaning. I cleaned my apartment. Cleaned up the web site. My car is next...
I put up a picture of Triangle in place of my own picture. It's a tribute of sorts. They're doing a biopsy of a kidney to see if he might have had cancer. He's being cremated, with his remains being put into a small wooden box. Lee will keep the box, I assume.
Finally got done with my taxes today. I owe a LOT of money, cause what I do at Exair is considered consulting, and that hasn't been taxed yet. Guess it's a good thing I've been saving money. At least can continue to afford Ramen noodles. Fun stuff.
I've got plans to be at The Price is Right on Memorial Day. The plan is to head into LA on Sunday night and stay through the taping on Monday afternoon. Anyone else who wants to go is welcome, just let me know.
what the hell
All my good karma has gone down the toilet. I must have screwed someone over. Royally. And I'm beginning to get the idea that this isn't going to be the best week of the year for me. Well, I can only hope it's not the best, cause if it is, I give up right now.
My car got key'd, the Price is Right taping was canceled, my cat died, and last night. Oh yes, last night. Let me tell you about last night. No, it wasn't that big of a deal. Just an unexpected surprise at the bar I went to with my friend Gary. It's the icing on my cake-- just enough to make this week one of the crappiest weeks of the year. Again, I can only hope.