Archive for June, 2008

I Don’t Know What It Is—Rufus Wainwright

Saturday, June 21st, 2008

From Want I don’t know what it is But you got to do it I don’t know where to go But you got to be there I don’t know where to fall But I know that its comfortable where I don’t know where it is Putting all of my time In learning to care And […]

Zen

Monday, June 16th, 2008

Do What You Have to Do—Sarah McLachlan Every day we have to do it. It’s an unavoidable, inescapable part of life, modern or otherwise. We try to minimize how much of it we have to do, but no matter what walk of life we’re in or what our occupation there’s always going to be an […]

Responsible

Thursday, June 5th, 2008

Last Dance—Sarah McLachlan I’m irresponsible. To a fault. I’ll freely admit this, as it’s something I’ve had plenty of time to adjust to and accept. Whether it’s laundry, cleaning, taking out the trash, bills, freelance projects… anything, really, I procrastinate until I get so overwhelmed that I just don’t know where to start. Then I […]

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