Here is a nice piece of stained glass.
Wait. It's the weekend again already? This Summer is going way too damn fast. My iPod was great for my run today...It even made me want to extend my run to 8 miles. I got all my other chores done today, and added a few more. I feel like I have a good jump on housework at the start of my weekend. I'm not sure what else is going on, but Stinky will finally be home from camp. Hurray! With Coadster gone every night for rehearsal, my house has seemed so empty and hollowed out. It's been nice to clean and actually have it stay that way, but I'd definitely trade that in for some time with my kids.
I know it's been a while, but in honor of the weekend and my new iPod, I've decided to post the random running playlist that my shuffle threw at me today. There were tons of oldies and some newer stuff. In case you don't remember, I like almost every kind of music, so there should be something to offend all y'all:
1.) "Take On Me" - Aha.
2.) "King of the Road" - Roger Miller. For whatever reason, I used to listen to a lot of Roger Miller when I was in college with my guy friends. It seems like an odd choice for a bunch of angst ridden punk rock kids...
3.) "Stupid Cupid" - Connie Francis. I guess my iPod wanted me to hear some REALLY old songs today.
4.) "Our House" - Madness.
5.) "Evil" - Interpol. Weird. I just used lyrics from this song for the title of yesterday's blog post.
6.) "Bittersweet Symphony" - Oasis.
7.) "Walkin' on the Sun" - Smash Mouth. This is a really fun song to run to.
8.) "Warning Sign" - Talking Heads.
9.) "Penelope" - Pinback.
10.) "Wildcats of Kilkenny" - The Pogues.
11.) L.E.S. Artistes - Santigold. This song is a little slow to run to, but I love it so much, I cut it some slack.
12.) "Don't Worry Baby" - Beach Boys. This song always reminds me of road trips. Whenever I'm stressed out and driving through one of those horrible storms in Nebraska, Coadster always puts this song on to calm me down.
Okay, have a great weekend, and may your random playlist be so great that it makes you want to extend whatever you're doing.