When I think about it, I think the reason why I’m so excited about college is so that I can talk to people. I love talking to people I don’t normally talk to everyday. It’s different. I know that there is an abundance of people who have so many views and ideas and it’s fucking exciting. We’re the future you know? Sometimes I remember certain things that others have said for a really long time, good or bad. What we do with words.
You know how I don’t usually get excited over attractive actors/actresses? Almost everyone has a famous person in mind when posed the question, “Who do you find attractive?” Well, I decided this evening that Ryan Gosling changes things. Just saying. I watched five films today, three of them…
I just saw crazy stupid love and i’m officially obsessed.
Today I went to a record store a few towns over. It’s a small place, but the amount of records is overwhelming. The guy that works there is practically a wizard. Records play over a speaker while you dabble through the records. It’s relaxing and just all around perfect. I love it: the personal strain of getting caught between not knowing what to buy, touching the records, looking at their condition, showing each other what we found. The first time I went I bought Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band by The Beatles. Can’t decide if it’s my favorite album, but it’s up there (to say the least). Today I stayed and strayed from the classics. I ended up purchasing Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon, which I posted here. (not only because it’s an awesome album and the cover art is iconic, but also for the fact that it a lines up with the Wizard of Oz movie, and I want to try it with a record). and I bought an album I’ve never heard of. It’s called Dharohar Project, Laura Marling, and Mumford & Sons. it was new but it wasn’t too expensive, and it came with a free digital download of the album. It as four songs, and it’s a kind of sound I have never listened to independently. It’s sort of folky and sweet, but has a strong drive from the Dharohar Project [ from India ]. It’s different. I’m intrigued.