Everyone will be relieved to know that I am officially an iTunes purchaser. I know, right? I can feel your excitement! The fifteen dollar card I’ve had in my possession since last July finally came in handy. Good thing my kids know a thing or two about i-stuff…I could still be sitting at the computer screen staring at it ominously while the thing lists even more songs I don’t recognize for a teeny iPod I will probably misplace. A joyful experience, really. Sort of like a coming of age. ‘Remember when you bought your first song on iTunes? Yeah. Good times.’ I received ten songs and still have two dollars left over! I’m gonna need more iTunes money, I fear. I know there’s songs out there that I haven’t yet begun to download. This could be a new obsession for me. I could be like the computer peeps who sit hunched over at their laptops downloading the latest version of ‘whatever’ and HAS TO HAVE IT while eating Cheetos and drinking down slurpies until 3am just waiting for a new song to hit the play list. That will be me, I just know it. I’ll need a new iPod and have to buy new versions and have to have them all full of thousands of songs that I couldn’t possible listen to in a lifetime. The future looks bright!
The rainy cold weekend has brought out the best in all of us. The fam is getting a little cramped and cranky I’m afraid. The daughters are busily doting to their Mcjobs while the rest of us hunker down in front of the fire watching hockey. It’s like a repeat of winter during the onset of spring. The trees are budding but will probably be confused by the lower-than-Snooki’s-IQ temps. Snow has hit the central portion of the island, hence the curtailing of the weekend road trip extravaganza that was close to occurring. God works in mysterious ways! Or the weather does, at least. As for the crankiness, I choose to pursue other avenues of misadventure and turn the proverbial rosy cheek. The Canadian long weekend will come to a screeching halt soon enough…no need to wish it away.
Below I’ve decided to add for your enjoyment, (or lack thereof, depending on your musical taste) a little J.T. to get you movin’…or to make you spit out your coffee.
You. Are. Welcome.
4 thoughts on “Rainy Day People”
There Is no reply to JT. I thought Snookie was a low blow. (I put Snookie, and blow in the same sentence.) You go, girl. Wifey has discovered the same iTunes bonanza. Grandson and fiancee gave her $20 for Xmas, and she had it spent by New Years. Another $40 for her recent birthday, and she has a big pile of music from people I never heard of. The good news – she uses earphones so I can’t hear it. The bad news – she thinks she can sing, along with it, and that I hear. 😀
Hahahaha….I’m afraid that’s the same around here.
A rainy day is perfect for lazing around the house listening to music.
But sorry to hear you drank the Apple kool-aid.
Enjoy the tunes!
Thanks! But I need mooorrrreeee……uh-oh.