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Leaving for the airport in ten minutes. I just wanted to say that I love you.

See you when I get to England!! :)
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Got home from Ashland about two hours ago. Headachy and tired.

The song for the day is "Leave Our Boyfriends" by Leona Naess. It's off her new album Thirteens. I've been listening to Leona for quite awhile now. She was a big part of my college years. This particular song appeals to the terminally single part of me. :) I like the message.

"Leave Our Boyfriends" by Leona Naess


Also, television from last night.

Likes: 4x03
Dislikes: Sarah Palin

Onwards

Jul. 23rd, 2008 09:34 am
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Ashlandia, HO!

See y'all on Sunday.
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ROAD TRIP.

:)

Back on Saturday.
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Aaaannnndddd....I'm off!

[livejournal.com profile] dissonant_dream & [livejournal.com profile] soar38, I'll see you soon! To everyone else, have a great week. *big flist hugs* :)
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First of all, a happy birthday to the very talented [livejournal.com profile] jasminskie. You're one of my all time favorite writers in any fandom, and now I always think about you when I go to Depoe Bay. :) Hope you have a wonderful day!

Secondly, so. Nickel Creek is playing two Oregon shows. One at the Roseland in Portland (for which I've already purchased my ticket) and one in Eugene the next night. This second show takes place the night before I fly to England. It's conceivable that I could go to said show and probably be home by 11pm. My flight doesn't leave from Portland until 11:05am, which means I don't really have to be there until 9. What would be great is if I could get someone to drive me up and see me off (hint, hint) and help assuage my flying fears by telling me pretty stories. Also, that would mean that I wouldn't have to leave my car up there for a week.

My flight home arrives in Portland Wednesday the 16th at 7:30pm, for anyone who might consider taking pity on my sorry ass and not make me drive two hours back home after I've just finished 11+ hours on a plane. /groveling

Anyway. Now I'm weighing options. I'll probably be completely wiped from work, but this may be the LAST TIME we see Nickel Creek in Oregon, and currently I do have the money. So. Despite the timing and the constant travel, do I go?

*bounces*

Dec. 28th, 2006 10:28 am
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Tickets have been booked.

May = England, ho!

:D

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