Thursday, December 25, 2008
Friday, December 19, 2008
And last week a lady in a trench coat jumped into the creche and opened her coat to pose for nudie pics with the babe in the straw.
People are weird.
The High Council voted to take 'host' duty at the Temple instead of a having a meeting this week. It was pretty fun, if a bit cold. There were cinnamon rolls and hot chocolate and lots of lights.
Really good cinnamon rolls.
In other news:
Is anyone else waking up at night in a cold sweat because she forgot to pick up assembled toys at Toys r Us?
Yeah, me neither.
So I guess it's just my Mom.
She waited til morn, and called me to see if I actually had forgotten.
I keep forgetting stuff.
I'm not organized enough for Christmas.
Please don't make me go to Wal-Mart this morning.
Monday, December 15, 2008
Tuesday, December 09, 2008
The Christmas letter my sister says I can't send to anyone, especially not Jake's Grandma, because it is foul
Dear friends and family,
Saturday, December 06, 2008
Thursday, December 04, 2008
This is the way the world endsThis is the way the world endsThis is the way the world endsNot with a bang but a whimper.
Monday, December 01, 2008
1. Life in Technicolor
2. Violet Hill
4. In My Place
5. speed of sound
6. Cemeteries Of London
7. Chinese Sleep Chant
9. Fix You
10. Strawberry Swing
11. God Put A Smile Upon Your Face
13. The Hardest Part
14. Postcards From Far Away
15. Viva La Vida
17. The Scientist
18. Death Will Never Conquer
19. Viva La Vida (remix interlude)
21. Lovers In Japan
22. Death And All His Friends
I would like to focus on my favorite parts: numbers 6, 11-15, and 23. Cemeteries of London just sounded GREAT. Better than the album. Then later, they went out into the audience a bit and got into a tight little pack, where they played these fast, short techno-ish versions of God Put a Smile... and Talk, and then Chris played The Hardest Part, and then this pretty little piano thing-y called Postcards from Far Away, which is on the new Prospekt's March EP, which you should get because it is good, and then, when he hits the last, heartbreakingly beautiful note and you think, this can't get any better, BOOM, they go straight into Viva La Vida. Wowie. This minivan mama can die happy, now.
The encore, Yellow, was also fab. It is just a GOOD song, people.
I would also like to say that I have new respect for the multi-talented drummer, who drums so fast that when you watch him you get a little seasick, and who can play the Church bell, some sort of mandolin and a tambourine, and also sing fairly well, although in the style of Kermit thee Frog. But I shan't look up his name to tell it to you, because his hair is not blonde and curly. It is baldy. To each his own, eh, ladies?
Anyhow, they say they are coming back next year! So, who wants to come along? Kari already said she's in. But don't tell her relatives, because they will be ticked if she skips town for any more major holidays.
Check out this video for LOST! It is all concert footage. Thanks, Kari!
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