mason jennings & neurotica

Sep 12, 2005 | Life in Progress

Ever since john introduced me to Mason Jennings’ music, I just can’t get enough. I love everything about his music right now. It’s just the right amount of folk and pop and sweetness. So far, my favorite songs of his are ‘nothing’, ‘butterfly’, ‘big sur’, and ‘california’. I haven’t been in love with anyone this much since john introduced me to jack johnson. i love music.

i’m feeling neurotic. i have a lot of unspent restless energy today. i went for my first run in about a week this morning. it was a short 45 min run, and my knee has been hurting all day. this sucks. i guess i really am going to have to take up swimming afterall – at least for awhile.

my restlessness has my brain on overload. it seems every second carries with it a new thought . One second I’m thinking that perhaps my dream job would be being an international volunteer leader/coordinator – i could work for a non-profit and organize group trips to various countries around the world and actually help do all sorts of things with the volunteers i’ve brought along with me. It seems like it would be a good fit with my social work experience/ideology and my love of wanting to see the world. Then the next second I’m worrying that I might have upset my friend yesterday during a conversation. Then my brain moves on to wondering what i should do with myself today. Clearly, i have too much time on my hands today. And right now I’m thinking about adoption options (something VERY far in our future). I’m all over the map. I think I’ll sit down with a glass of wine and watch sex and the city (season 6, part 1, disc 3, episode 4, to be exact). I’m nutso.

Sending much love,

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