Back in the house, in full effect! Two turntables and a pentium 4 processor. Let's catch up, shall we?
Went to see Switchfoot, saw Eisley, fell in love with Chauntelle, the guitarist. I hope she's over 18, cuz if not, then EWWWWW.
P.O.D. released The Warriors EP, Vol 2. If you are into heavier music, then you should pick up this prequel to thier January LP (I think that one is called Teatro del Ghetto). I love P.O.D. and they are one of my favorite bands in the world.
Been listening to a lot of The Postal Service lately. Even my classic-rock-loving roommate digs them, and that's saying something. Check them out.
Saw the Goblet of Fire yesterday. Today I was making a list in my mind of ways in which I could have made it better. Yet, it's still great, and I recommend it to all. And no, Satan does not jump out and kill you at the end.
There's a possibility I will be getting hired on permanently at work after the new year. This would be awesome: fun job (instead of what I do now), better pay (possible $3/hr more), and only five days a week. Word.
Rodger and I have been jamming and writing songs. Please buy our cd when we make it big, because it will be better than 95% of the crap out there.
Andrew and I went up to Athens this past Saturday to the Georgia game, and met up with his friends Charlie and Christian. I haven't had that much fun in a LONG time. Oh, and Georgia won 45-13 and clinched a spot in the SEC championship game.
I finally got to go and hang out with my new nephew, Mitchell. He rocks, and he has long skinny legs and big feet. My brother is now wondering if perhaps Uncle Pat is actually "Dad."
Lastly, I get three days off this week, and they are all paid, so I get to go spend quality time with my family. Honestly, I am partially wishing I could stay here and be with my friends, because my family is stressful, but I wouldn't trade it for the world, and I am excited.
Alright, that's a mouthful for one night. Happy Monday.