When did it get so HOOTTT!!!! I cant wait for summertime sadness to be over!!!! bring on the cold weather!
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Last Wednesday it was my 32nd birthday. time shot by. I don’t feel any older than I did when i entered high school. it’s a lil much to wrap my head around being on this planet for so long. so much has happened I really feel sometimes I need a picture just to remember certain memories that have been clouded with time. that’s the beauty in music, movies pictures, weather and or a feeling. out of nowhere it could uncover a memory that’s a lil dusty. I feel like a newborn, kicking and screaming for new memories as well as old ones forgotten. every day is feeling so real!
just some reflection on this post as I stare down at a cup coffee. a lot of things change as we grow old as well as a lot of things stay the same. drinking coffee is one change I love though…. CHEERS!
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Last weekend was the first weekend I stayed home in 3 weeks. it reminded me a lot of touring or playing in my old band when I was gone most weekends on an adventure. its fun. it can get old living out of a back pack and sleeping on floors but I find it fun for the most part. I think it’s just weird you can really become part of the underworld and hop to place to place to city to city and no one is the wiser…..
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