Hoc Est Qui Sumus (discoflamingo) wrote,
Hoc Est Qui Sumus

  • Music:

Come on Baby . . .

I've been waiting to find out when the surgery is going to happen, and it looks like it's happening early in the morning on Thursday. So I'm not coming back to the Cities before next week. I'm also having my stomach opened up in four places, about nickel-sized. Should be great . . . if I survive . . .

Don't fear the Reaper

I've been listening to this song for a couple of hours today, in between doing dance stuff on the computer and doing "make the computer work magic" for the family. Windows ME is a grizzled old hag of an operating system, prone to keeping secrets from those who would pry.

All our times have come
Here but now they're gone
Seasons don't fear the reaper
Nor do the wind, the sun or the rain
We can be like they are

I started reading a couple of books to fill in the empty moments between fun work and dull work - The Vein of Gold, The Things They Carried, and American Gods. I stay up late, and get up late. My mom has been wondering about why I can't sleep. It's not that I can't sleep - I just don't want to. I have too much to do, or rather, too much to think about doing.

Without the AC adapter for the laptop, I can't test my program on anything that Halverson needs it to run on. (i.e. Linux or MacOS X) And I just today found a lead in the source code for DrScheme. Tomorrow I'll start digging through the CD's I brought with me to find the remains of my CS capstone, and hopefully, be able to start plugging through it.

Come on baby... Don't fear the Reaper
Baby take my hand... Don't fear the Reaper
We'll be able to fly... Don't fear the Reaper
Baby I'm your man...

That's right - from now on you can't hide behind lj-cut's anymore. Come on Baby - don't fear the Reader . . .

Valentine is done
Here but now they're gone
Romeo and Juliet
Are together in eternity...
Romeo and Juliet

sigh . . .

40,000 men and women everyday . . . Like Romeo and Juliet
40,000 men and women everyday . . . Redefine happiness
Another 40,000 coming everyday . . . We can be like they are

It's been about two weeks since I've had any sort of antidepressant medication.

Come on baby . . . Don't fear the Reaper
Baby take my hand . . . Don't fear the Reaper
We'll be able to fly . .. Don't fear the Reaper
Baby I'm your man . . .

It's still hard to look my dad in the eyes, after being at home, and seeing how he gets along with everybody here.

Love of two is one
Here but now they're gone
Came the last night of sadness
And it was clear she couldn't go on
Then the door was open and the wind appeared
The candles blew then disappeared
The curtains flew then he appeared
Saying don't be afraid

And when I get back, it's gonna be harder to look her in the eyes. And you, too - you know who you are, and don't think I don't know either.

Come on baby . . . And she had no fear
And she ran to him . . . Then they started to fly
They looked backward and said goodbye
She had become like they are
She had taken his hand
She had become like they are

Just let me be - I need to be by myself for awhile.

Come on baby . . .don't fear the reaper

  • It's Two Minutes to Midnight, If Anyone Cares

    21:27 Currently looking for a Sousa march that says "I Am a Dashing, Sexy Pirate!". How did my life end up here? #Automatically shipped by…

  • Good sing-along songs?

    O Gentle Readers! I am trying to come up with good songs to practice on my acoustic guitar. Ideally, they are the type of songs that are fun to sing…

  • It can always look up

    Remember: the man who played Richard M. Nixon in Frost/Nixon is the same man who played Skeletor in The Masters of the Universe.

Comments for this post were disabled by the author