My advice to everyone: Don't start the New Year of in a funk. Do whatever you can to not think about what's putting you in a funk, it's always better to start something in a good mood.
Yeah, that's true. In fact I'm kinda somewhat enjoying being by myself. I really wish I could of been with friends, but nobody invited me to any parties like they used to, don't know what changed between me and my friends but ohh well, it's not worth worrying over. Right now I'm watching ESPN's annual New Years Eve tradition New Year, No Limits. Travis Pastrana is going to jump a Ralley Car from the Rainbow Pier on Long Beach to a floating barge 250 feet out in the water to break a World Record. He's one crazy gutsy person but he's super hyper and ready by his interviews. Check it out on ESPN if your not doing anything.
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Yeah, my mom's asleep and my brothers are downstairs with my cousin, because they dislike me and say I'm too obsessed with Disney, but I really don't care, because I have no problem just waiting till the New Year with my MiceChat friends here. =)
Maybe I shouldn't be singing the song. After all do you know what its about?
And men shouldn't be singing about dragons.
Tell that to Peter and Paul. And the loss of Mary Travers was deeply felt by this post-er. We had a thread at the time and I chose a you-tube of their song "I Dig Rock And Roll Music" because it was such a clever slam of the music that killed the folk movement.
To me, and from everything I've heard - them, too - the song (Puff) is about the sense of sadness of leaving childhood behind. Nothing more.
The song "Babes In Toyland" makes me cry sometimes too.
God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.