Sunday, October 21, 2007

Post #2

I met a girl who sang the blues and I asked her for some happy news but the man there said the music wouldn't play.....

This is the jacked up Chevy I drove to the levy but the levy was dry. Them good ole boys were drinkin whisky and rye. Singin' this'll be the day that I die. Oh Boy howdy this song has been Stuck in my head All day. Doesn't our sad old ride look like something out of Jurassic Park, the Ghetto Version? This is what happens when the 17 yr old foot is too big and the gas pedal gets mistaken for the brake pedal and it was such a minor stupid accident that left us without a car for a while. But things have since gotten better. And worse. I miss G.!!! The music really did die. He took his trumpet, (duh) he took the Yamaha Portasound, he took his little tuner the other day when i needed to tune the dang guitar (it was cryin' time again and Buck Owens was lookin down on me from heaven) There was Nothing to tune it with as the piano hasn't been tuned in 20plus YEARS....We were way out of tune, people. We still are. I bought my mom a car...a '96 Chevy Cavalier. My friend's Dad knows a guy who owns an impound yard....I got a deal. The deal of the century. Sorta. Not.As it needs $800 worth of work done to it. It's very rumbly. But it gets Happy to school in the rain which is all I'm worried about. And only when it rains. Me& Pop-pops, we Prefer The Bus.


Thanatos2424 said...

haha. I love how you
just put it out there
that I crashed the car

The music hasn't died yet
You can use a tuning website
or something. They have them,
I'm sure.
But seriously
you should get here
pretty soon.
fo' real

You can take the bus, The bus, the bus!

changapeluda said...

Oh, was that you?!?
There ARE other 17yr olds with big feet out there, you know.

Thanatos2424 said...

Effing right on!
yeah you should be on that
list. Heck yes.

Yeah, i guess there
are other 17 year olds
with big feet. But, not
that many are crazy/dumb enough
to get in that car...and then crash it. haha

Oh, and I got paid today!!

changapeluda said...

I love it how we're the only ones that care to comment....

it makes me feel loved, you know.
Can i have $58 dollars 'til next payday? I gotta pay Danielle back for the potstickers and ravioli she bought me at Costco.



Beta Fishy said...

How sweet that you have a conversation in the comment section. I hope that all is well with you and the fires are far far away.

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changapeluda said...

Beta & Twit!

that sounds like a sandwhich i would dearly luv to eat.
I bet it would be good for me.

either that or it sounds like trickery....the ole bait & switch
only the ole beta and twit
getcha everytime...
i'm a little giddy....high on love and making aprons for my favourite Aunt Glory Be. (G-L-O-R-I-A Gloria!)

G. knows what i'm talkin about.
i gotta do a post on her.
She's like almost a saint she's so good to me and my babies and even my mom when she's being all ferocious....

Tarnok said...

Thank you for the comment! Thank you for "the word of the day" too! Haha

I just wanted to post here to make you feel special ^_^ and all that!

BtW - I remember being 17 (not that long ago) and having my hands being out of proportion to my whole body until I hit 18. But luckaly that didnt enable me to crash my van I had.

Man just thinking back 4 years is weirding me out! Take care!

Nigel St.John Regina Smegmatica Howle-Raines said...

$58 for potstickers and ravioli? At Costco? I could see that at, say, Whole Foods (or as we affectionately know it around here: "Whole Paycheck").

the heartful blogger said...

I love it, it has character!!

pinda said...

The car only needs a pair of glases.