Today was awesome. Spring weather lifting spirits.
Definitely had to turn up some old Valencia during the day drive:
The Space Between always reminds me of summer and the seeing Valencia at Bamboozle and on their tour in the Summer of 06.
Tonight I made a late night drive home and heard the other Space Between:
If there was ever a song to describe the month of March for me, this song is it.
I don't even know where to begin. Do I have regrets? Absolutely. Every day I think about what I could have done to prevent, where it all went wrong, and if there is anything that I could actually fix.
What it comes down to is that people felt cheated, people were hurt, people were lied to, things were misconstrued, and things were done out of anger. I still don't even know what was really said and what was made up simply to enhance the drama. I can't even tell what was worth it at this point. I have gained things and I have lost things that happened to be very important to me. I have also been told things that I never want to hear from anyone ever again.
I used to have two separate lives (personal and the internet) and in the past few months everything started to bleed together. I kind of lost sight of things and just acted on my own behalf without thinking of the consequences or how they would impact other people. It's not to say that I'm not the same here as I am in real life but there is only so much of me that I can portray here and unless you've met me, you'll never really understand or know things about how I live. So, I guess I'm sort of back to the drawing board with trying to draw the line from what matters and what doesn't anymore. I need to figure out what's most important to me from here on out.
So in turn, I am sorry for how things panned out. If there was a re-do option for certain events in life, this is probably the moment where I'd use it.
Can't stand country music or Taylor Swift's strange mouth/teeth. I even managed to avoid it at all costs until last week.
Now the damn song won't leave my head.
I love it.
Good song ending, cute music video to go with it.
He knelt to the ground and pulled out a ring and said,
"Marry me, Juliet. you'll never have to be alone.
I love you and that's all I really know. I talked to your dad, go pick out a white dress;
It's a love story - baby just say 'Yes.'
As much as I can respect an artist's desire to take advantage of all the musical equipment and producers their money can buy once they hit it big, the poseur elitist in me wishes that F.A.D. had a demo sound to it.
I love this.
I usually hit replay at least 3x in the car...it makes me feel like I'm in a garage in Willmette listening to their band practice.
On the topic of FOB videos, this made me actually like the song more than I already did. Sometimes I laugh at really simple minded things:
I'm still waiting on my F.A.D. until then, it's TTYG and FUCT to hold me over.
This is a video of my sister's friend Danielle. They went to high school together and she has a real talent that unfortunately will never see the light of day due to her up-bringing.
Danielle pretty much grew up in fear of her extremely strict mother and was rarely even allowed to hang out with her friends. In person, her voice has been known to bring people to tears. It's a shame that her dreams of becoming a singer have pretty much been forced to nothing more than a mere personal hobby.
Recently she started posting her videos, which is awesome because I can finally hear her talent.