Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Update

I just came back about a week ago from a two week house concert tour in Northern Ontario.
I had such a wonderful time playing at all the homes. The hosts were so friendly and hospitable...kind of made me feel like a mooch actually. Haha. But it's all good - and I'm so happy that I was able to be a part of it!
I've started painting again. I originally painted all the walls of my bedroom white and I am slowly filling up the walls with whatever feels right. :)
I am hoping that someday soon there won't be any space left on the walls to draw anymore pictures. I'm thinking my room will look pretty kick ass by then...
Besides the painting, I went to the optometrist today to learn how to use contacts. YAY. What. fun.
I actually only need one if you can believe it. My left eye is "legally blind". (Even the biggest letter is blurry on the screen). However, my right eye is extremely strong and takes over for my left. That's why I've survived so long without glasses or contacts.
It's always been that way. Maybe it's from me hitting my head three times in the same place as a kid. That would explain a lot.

I really love jungles even though I've never been to one. I just read an article on yahoo that mentioned the tiger will be extinct by the year 2022 if no one helps to keep the environment where they live intact. Ironically, this prediction date is the chinese year of the tiger. Strange. And I really hope this prediction doesn't come to light.
That would be bad. Really bad.

Diddy of the day: I am broke. HAHA. Oh how I love music. :)

Fact: I love parrots. A lot.
Fiction: All parrots love me. In fact, I went to visit a Dusky Conure the day before my tour. The owner failed to mention he was a little bastard. The bird stepped up, became all cuddly on my finger and started saying 'watcha doing' and crap like that. So, I said, awww, give me a kiss? He leaned in and bit right through my lip.
I will never visit that bird again.
Moral of the story...not all birds have been well socialized. :)
AND, beaks can be freaking sharp.

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