Monday, November 1, 2010

Hibernation

After an eventful weekend packed with goodbyes and costumes and far too many chicken wings and Milky Ways I've decided to hide out for awhile. My head/chest congestion is currently operating at maximum capacity and I've been unable to make it a day without picking a fight and crying so here I am, on my parents' couch, head wrapped in a scarf, eating leftover halloween candy (oops), drinking "Breathe Easy" tea, trying to decide if I should watch Fern Gully or something I've never seen.

I'll be hiding here like this behind a pillow, wrapped in a scarf and donning my flannel, or in the tub doing crossword puzzles until its time to drive to California. If you need me for something send a carrier parrot (cause...they can talk).

Also, not a one of you left me road trip songs to download...aaaaand I know it was halloween week and all, but where's the love?

5 comments:

Allison said...

Road Trip song: Dashboard by Modest Mouse

Feel better!

TbR said...

I'm crap with road trip tunes. I'm banned from being in control of music in most cars I get it.

What characterises a road trip song?

I hope you feel better soon. And choose Fern Gully. Whenever I feel like you've described, I reach for Home Alone - which always feels wrong if it's not Christmas. At least Fern Gully and its rallying cry to save the world is relevant all year round.

lalalalauren said...

Definitely watch Fern Gully.

As for road trip music - I always find myself listening to Paul McCartney's "Band On The Run" album on repeat whenever I'm traveling. That, or David Bowie. You can never go wrong blasting "A Space Oddity" on a road trip. :D

Annabelle said...

1,000 Miles by Ok Go.

Adria said...

Thanks guys! Goooood suggestions. And Tom, a good road trip song could be anything you want it to be!

I opted for Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas instead of Fern Gully...bad choice. Fell asleep. Woke up to a scared mother thinking I was mocking terrorists.