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as expected

Shoveling: check.

Back: more or less out of commission.

Perception of life as a wonderful blessing: intact.

Chances of getting to work tonight: Good, assuming someone else drives me. The generous soul who has already offered to do this will be rewarded with an embarrassment of riches. The cab driver who will take me home in the morning from G'belt might get a nice tip. I, frankly, refuse to drive. My car is not built for this.

Stuff that got done since I was stuck in all weekend: none. oops. no progress on Simone de Beauvoir, no progress on the christmas presents I am still making. we turned cheap steaks into a tasty meal though!

and the best news: three days and three nights trapped and A) my relationship is still good, even perhaps improved as always and B) my feelings of roommate positivity have swelled, and not just because it was her dad that brought us the shovels without which we would have been totally screwed. ;)

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rob_donoghue
Feb. 18th, 2003 08:33 am (UTC)
Woot! Old Skool Genesis!
snidegrrl
Feb. 18th, 2003 09:38 pm (UTC)
Lately I have been making a great effort to get my PROG on. Starting with Genesis. Not sure where to go next as I fear nothing is going to sound better than Selling England by the Pound.
rob_donoghue
Feb. 19th, 2003 12:50 pm (UTC)
Hnh. In fairness, I picked up all the old Genesis as an extensionof my Peter Gabriel Fanboyism, so my take on things is somewhat skewed (though actually, I still need to get Selling England by the pound on CD - I had it on tape for ages)

King Crimson maybe? Just about every cool band from that period seems to list them as the cool band they were trying to be? (Not that I have any idea of what they sound like).
snidegrrl
Feb. 20th, 2003 10:25 pm (UTC)
I bought my first King Crimson CD last month. :)

Unfortunately I haven't listened to it yet because I can't stop listening to Genesis.
examorata
Feb. 18th, 2003 10:52 am (UTC)
Dude, we had the least heinous snowed-in-weekend ever. And yeah, my dad's basically a saint. A SAINT I TELL YOU! We should loan Telf a shovel. =)
swartzdk
Feb. 18th, 2003 11:06 am (UTC)
shovels
The roomy's Dad brought shovels but let you guys do all the work. I like this guy already, my kind of Dad!!
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