May 10th, 2008

SPN: Sam's Bright Smile

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Got up, made coffee from a new bag and it too tasted disgusting. BOOO. This is approaching a crisis situation y'all.

Yesterday, setissma told me it could be build-up in the machine, so I ran to the grocery store to get some cleaner. This better work! *crosses fingers*

In the meantime, however, I needed coffee. So, I'm standing in line at Starbucks and two women walk in, probably college age. They're eating donuts out of a box and one is wearing a Led Zeppelin shirt. My first thought: Fangirls!!

I look at myself and I have no fangirl-identifiers on. And I'm too shy to ask strangers in a Starbucks about fandom, without some sort of SOMETHING first.

So, I've decided that fangirls need some secret signal. So we can flash it in Starbucks and if the other person returns the signal, then you know it's cool to go up and talk to them about Jensen's ass or Sam's muscles or WHATEVER.

Yes?
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SPN: Sam's Bright Smile

Nomads Indians Saints: Indigo Girls

My first (and only) copy of this CD was bought from Recycled Books in Denton. They couldn't find the case that went with it, so they just stuck the disc in a clear case and gave it to me like that. And so, I never learned to associate the artwork with the CD and whenever I see it, I get excited that the Indigo Girls have put out a NEW CD, but no. It's this one!

This CD was released in 1990 and "Hammer and a Nail" went to #12 Billboard Modern Rock chart. That song, Watershed and Southland are some of my favorites. This album also contains one of my most favorite lyrics ever too...I've become the beggar now, you've become the saint somehow.

This album makes me think of college. And driving home on the weekends. And cooking dinner with the windows open and the music playing. And still summer camp too.

Nomads Indians Saints: Indigo Girls





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