Green Eggs and Fulham

Andrew's the name; occasional writing's the game. Love is the coal that makes this train roll.
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We are all squares of varying sizes and arrangements.

We are all squares of varying sizes and arrangements.

The mirrors and the unacknowledged nods
Dial tones and license plates
The words you didn’t choose
Everything the day’s too small to hold
Spills onto the dusk
And shorts the evening’s fuse

- “Uncorrected Proofs”, The Weakerthans 

Worked overtime today.

Worked overtime today.


I’m going to go lay in bed and play Candy Crush on my tablet. I am pissed at level 23.

Level 77. I want to murder it in the billiards room with a revolver, Colonel Mustard.

Using Spotify.

How, exactly, do *you* use Spotify? Hoping to make it more than an app I open once every six months to listen to Dave Brubeck records.

Colorado Springs Sky Sox at Albuquerque Isotopes, May 22, 2013

Scorecards, like life, are often imperfect and incomplete.

Clever <strike>girl</strike> boy.

Reuben the cat has unplugged my room fan TWICE in two hours and knocked my alarm clock remote off on the floor. When I went to punish him with a squirt of water, he hides behind the couch in the one place I can’t reach him.

So, yes, for the 297th consecutive morning, I have given in and fed the cats at [looks at clock] 4:43am. I fed them before I went to bed at 11:00pm. Reuben the cat ate then and threw up his meal.

Cats evolved from dinosaurs, and I won’t hear differently.

Gravity’s Rainbow, 14 pages in.

Shit just got real weird, real quick. Looking forward to whatever fever dreams this spawns.

I’ll probably need a resource to follow along with on this one. Suggestions, brevetcaptain?

Just yesterday, it seems like I was helping you put on your shoes.

Today, you graduated salutatorian of your high school class.

So very proud of you, sis. :)

Sometimes you leave your alarm active on Saturday morning, and it’s set to your local sports talk radio station.

Sometimes that radio station airs a 30-minute community awareness program.

And SOMETIMES that community awareness program interviews US Soccer EVP (and Albuquerque resident) Jack Edwards for 30 minutes, and you’re lucky enough to be able to listen to it.

That was a neat set of coincidences to start the weekend. I couldn’t record the interview, but if the local station offers it online I’ll link to it. Interesting look into how Edwards got into US Soccer.

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