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Good Morning! What's your favorite thing to do on Sundays?
Good Morning to you!
My Sundays are usually a catch-up day, when I do whatever last-minute laundry I need for the work-week ahead, catch-up on my DVR’d shows before it runs out of space on the hard drive (currently at 73%!), and maybe watch whatever Netflix DVDs that have been sitting around, collecting dust.
Also, during football season, I usually watch all of the N.E. Patriots games… in fact, it feels a little strange this week because they played on Thanksgiving, so I feel like I have a “Sunday-off”.
Since I usually have to get up around 5-5:30 am during the week, I also use Sundays to catch-up on any sleep I’ve been missing… In fact, I slept-in so late this morning, that I’m just making breakfast now!
Thanks for the question! (…I hope this answer was somewhat coherent!)
For those of you who liked my previous Local H post, I’d like to recommend a great Local H album that largely went overlooked back in 2008, 12 Angry Months.
Part of the genius of 12 Angry Months is also what held it back from mass-success, it’s a full “concept-album” in the age of the MP3. The album chronicles a full year after the break-up of a long-term relationship. Each track covers a month of the year, chronologically (Track 1 in January, with the initial breakup/dividing of possesions; through Track 12, covering the final acceptance/moving-on in the following December).
Here’s the August track, probably at the most bitter point in the year, after the “Ex” has appeared to move on successfully, while the main character has failed (quite miserably) at trying to do the same. This is also, quite possibly, the greatest song title of all-time:
"Jesus Christ! Did You See the Size of that Sperm Whale?" - Local H
Play me a song Curtis Loew, Curtis Loew Well, I got your drinking money, tune up your dobro People said he was useless, them people all are fools ‘Cause Curtis Loew was the finest picker to ever play the blues