January 19th, 2007
if any of you are curious, here is what casey's and my trip was. the routes weren't exactly that, but the destinations and approx driving times and suchlike. we went 3500 miles! i want to write up a post about the whole trip, but whenever i plan to summarize a whole big thing, it never happens. who wants to write about a week's worth of stuff all at once? LIVEJOURNAL BE MORE CONVENIENT. POST AUTOMATICALLY BY ESP.
today i went to an open mic and was reminded that i'm not actually very good at the guitar. jesus there were some amazing people there.
i love that i haven't even been here a week yet. i've met a bunch of awesome people. this really feels like when i first moved into woodruff, and we were all like yay new people yay new friends! only i'm somewhat less socially defective now, so it's even better.
tonight i had a snack of oatmeal with nacho cheese sauce and garlic powder. it was delicious.
np: Deftones - B-Sides & Rarities - 13 - The Chauffeur
you are new to the magic of dan. i make wonderful food concoctions sometimes
|Date:||January 19th, 2007 03:42 pm (UTC)|| |
Dan, in hanging out at my place, once prepared himself a snack of tomato soup with Lucky Charms floating in it.
I'll cook for Dan, but I fear that he might contaminate my kitchen.
when you get here i will whip up a batch
|Date:||January 19th, 2007 10:22 am (UTC)|| |
I'm with you on this one. I also am a magic dan of multi-food culinary objects. It does take others some getting used to, though.
it's got to be in the name. us dans are born with more sophisticated taste buds
|Date:||January 19th, 2007 03:41 pm (UTC)|| |
You ate what?
yeah yeah yeah, hater. go melt some spatulas :p
|Date:||January 19th, 2007 11:20 pm (UTC)|| |
Don't hate the playa, hate the spatula-melting game.
was the open mic at as220? they always have poetry open mics and i want to go more often, but casey never wants to go, so we should go! they usually have them on thursdays.
uh you suck, you might have asked me once.
haha simmer down, you two
i've definitely mentioned it as a possibel thing to do on thursday nights many more times and you shoot it down every time.
that's the one! i got there late because i got heinously lost and then couldn't find a parking spot. it was a musician-heavy open mic, i guess 3rd thursdays of the month are all about that. you should totally come! i am afraid lifeworks will want me to work thursday nights tho, i think that is what pam said
dan and casey drove across the country together in 6 days stopping in 5 places to see 3 mutual friends and 1 seperate friend of each. casey fasted his way across the continent while dan mostly ate food that casey would normally go ga ga over, only in such small portions that casey wished dan would just eat more so he could be saetiated via dan. there were highs and lows for the pair... like that time they crossed the continental divide in colorado and then there were the times casey keeled over from stomach pain from his lemon juice mixture with about 20 times the cayanne pepper called for... or the time dan got blown off at one stop only to have a top knotch night on the town mingling with nice ladies. also somewhere in the middle of all this they acted as temporary male/father figures to 3 little boys and interacted with the most mentally deficient employee of waffle house ever, infact she was so stupid her idiocy temporarly rubbed off on them and they lost the ability to count money... they recovered their intelligence while watching television in their dank motel 6 in denvers industrial sector. on a military base in kansas they studied the uniforms of 19th century american calvary soilders. in st louis they traded beers at the fabled stomping grounds of chuck berry. in portland they lost each other in the largest indepdent bookstore in the world only after visiting a mansion in the citys 'rain forest'. in philidelphia they drank a genorous pitcher and then were a part of the loosing a friends roomate in the hippest part of town while trying to quell caseys cross country hunger lust for a vegan philly cheesesteak. all they while they traded off 5hr driving shifts in the soggy bottomed vehicle which of course they were pulled over in on a bitterly cold desert utah morning by the nicest cop the world has ever known.
|Date:||January 23rd, 2007 05:32 pm (UTC)|| |
chessy garlic oatmeal?
before i was vegetarian, my favorite sandwich was roastbeef on cinnamon raisin bread with mayonnaise and tomato. and sometimes sprouts. cheesy garlic oatmeal definitely wins though. tomato soup with lucky charms just sounds more like a warholian art project than a meal. --andrea