working, learning, and playing in the band.
May 6, 2002 04:52 PM
We saw Mike Daly & Caitlin Cary in Arlington on Saturday. [That sentence had so many capitalized words; it felt almost German to type.] They're the cooler, less poignant and famous, portion of Whiskeytown, for those of you unwashed enough not to know that.
There was a girl playing the accordion. I want to play the accordion. How do I learn?
Seriously, I want to play the accordion. I think of things all the time that I only passingly want to do, but this I might earnestly pursue. I'd like to take lessons.
I'd just like to take lessons in something. I'd like to learn in a formal, structured way now and then.
And I feel so ineffective at playing my own instrument of choice. I know I want to go back to it, but I've been away so long; it's like a fantasy story now. Maybe a new instrument will pull me back through the wardrobe.
I'm also seriously considering making a project plan for my impending move. We're moving out of the city and into a lovely 3-floor townhouse in a development that screams 1976 so loudly it's almost not even kitschy and ironic anymore. And there are so many intersecting little factors and tasks to accomplish; it wants a plan.
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Speaking of my work (and yet not). Here's a lesson for today: in developing any project, gathering and documenting your requirements is key. Don't ever let anyone tell you otherwise. I've encountered pain and sorrow on at least three different fronts (and two entirely different contexts, as far as my life goes) today; both came down to that. Unless only one person is doing the work, requirements are critical.
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I was recommended Whiskeytown just last week upon telling the world (through my livejournal) that I love the White Stripes.. and since it worked, and I did like Whiskeytown, maybe it can be reversed! You should listen to the White Stripes.
these are the thoughts of Lex on May 10, 2002 04:48 PM
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