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I Blame It On The Piano

I know my posting frequency has dropped dramatically in the last few months. I have no good excuse except laziness — and THE PIANO. The following are the songs to which you can direct most of the blame:

Poem - Zdenko Fibich
Trois Gnossiennes - Erik Satie
Fantasy in D Minor - Mozart
Elegie - Jules Massenet
Gypsy [...]

My Red Kitchen

I love red. It’s a fact. I have a red car, half a closet of red clothes, red furniture and accessories — basically, a lot of red. Thus, it should come as no surprise that I am trying to collect all red small appliances. Of course, KitchenAid is my brand of [...]

Thinking

At what point does not telling the whole truth become a lie?

Are you part of the 16% who are nerdier than I?


Sigh

The Colts just lost. This further proves why I hate it when the team I want to win is the so-called favorite.
Now, I have nothing to look forward to (sports-wise) until March Madness. Kansas being my pony for that tournament should serve as further evidence why I don’t like my team to be [...]

Because My Blog Really Couldn’t Get Anymore LiveJournal-ish

I’m in love with C2, the coke cousin with half the calories and half the carbs. Amazingly, it tastes exactly like regular coke. Now I can return to drinking coke without a guilty conscience. Today is truly a great day.
(And chill LiveJournal-ers. I kid, I kid.)

Luckily the laptop was within an arm’s length of my sofa

Yesterday I decided to try a different ab exercise, add a new tricep excercise, and play a couple volleyball games (after not having played for quite some time). Dumb idea. My muscles (I believe nearly all of the them) have loudly objected today.
(Why, oh why, does volleyball require such weird muscles?)

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Dreams

To live in a bike friendlier world. To create the greatest collection of fabulous shoes ever assembled. To see a viable third party in US politics. To get local Rio team riders to acknowledge existence on road.

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