|If I ever had a mixed CD, these are the songs that would be on it.
||[Nov. 7th, 2003|11:16 am]
|||||proud of myself||]|
|||||Any of these songs||]|
Say hello to this little Cedar Waxwing! I love these birds.
I was making a list of my favorite songs to see how they went together and how many I had, and it turns out that I have eleven. Are any of these songs ones that anyone likes a lot? If so, let me know if you want.
Anyway, here they are. They go: band/artist--"song"--(album)
Toad the Wet Sprocket--"Throw it all Away"--(Coil)
The Saints--"Ghost Ships"--(A Little Madness to be Free)
Tori Amos--"Crucify"--(Little Earthquakes)
Tracy Chapman--"Talkin' Bout a Revolution"--(Tracy Chapman)
Cat Stevens--"The Wind"--(Teaser and the Firecat)
Barenaked Ladies--"What a Good Boy"--(Gordon)
ELO--"Fire on High"--(Face the Music)
Oingo Boingo--"No One Lives Forever"--(Best O' Boingo)
George Harrison--"Looking for my Life"--(Brainwashed)
Metallica--"Nothing Else Matters"--(Metallica)
Chris Bailey--"Fountain of Life"--(54 Days at Sea)
Anyway, I'm proud of myself. I wanted to run at PE instead of walking, and I stopped myself. Every time I start running, I can't stop. And when I accomplish the feat of stopping, I want to cut down what I eat. And then I want to run some more. So I think it's a good thing that I didn't. It just brings the anorexia back at full force. Walking's healthier anyway--for the joints especially, and my ankle keeps giving out already, without running.
I'm at school right now. Just one more class and I can go home! For a three-day weekend! Yay!
I hope you all have a fun three-day weekend as well--I'm pretty sure I will.