October 28th, 2005
|03:06 pm - Small quiz|
Interesting, given what I wrote this very morning at lunch.
Current Mood: creative
Current Music: "Last Mango in Paris", -JB
Can't complain, you know.
Apparently results are too big to post!
BUt, you win... My life score was only 7 something! The rest was similar, save I got 10 for spiritual, 6.something for finance, and only 2.something for love! Awww, no love...
What is that random entry about? It doesn't seem to be linked to anything?
Hehe, I meant, linked to any other portion of your site. It's not connected to the clergy journal or the LJ link, so I was wondering where it came from.
Oh, it's just one of my journals. Nothing in particular.
It'll all get online one day, but probably not really soon. *shrugs*
incidentally, i have found Melissa Etheridge's "Skin" to be an amazing post-break up album, that references all those themes in that essay. if you can every pry JB out of your CD player, you oughtta give it a listen :D
Nah. I don't imagine that Melissa Etheridge's style of singing would resonate with me.
I have one of her albums. . . I think her first? I realized when the second one came out that she only had three songs. She just repeated them over and over and over again through her albums.
This, however, is better than Matchbox 20, who only have one song and yet have put out a few albums.
|Date:||October 29th, 2005 02:39 pm (UTC)|| |
well, to me JB only has 1 song, so to each their own.
Most certainly. Can't argue. Then again, I'm overly confused as to why a breakup album might be helpful to me?
"Skin" is indeed a great post-breakup CD. "Breakdown" is pretty darn good too.
In fact, most ME is good post-breakup. Not that I have any experience with this...
Really? I've never considered her any good for that.
Then again, the breakup itself was never a problem for me. It was other things. The breakup, remarkably, was simple.
So I doubt I need a CD for it.
Well, if you have a messy painful breakup, she has good angsty type music for that. Since yours was not of that sort, ME's music probably won't do much for you. There may come a day when you have cause to pass on this knowledge though, to someone who is going through a breakup where such music will be an excellent palliative.
Ha, speaking of music -- Simon's in the basement with Green Day cranked. I do believe that boy is picking up some good musical tastes.
i didn't like "Breakdown" when i first got it. it was so smooth and polished. Very NOT-ME
then i read her autobio, which wasn't that great, but it put 'breakdown' into a whole new perspective, and shot it to the top of my favorite ME albums list.
Interesting how that can happen.