Dailies 08/29/13

Dailies 08/29/13

Daily Doodle: Road Ragin’

Song of the Day: You’ve Really Got a Hold on Me by Smokey Robinson and The Miracles


Musical Pipe Dream: I’m performing as one of the backup singers. Two other backup singers, the bassist, and I are doing a choreographed dance in front of our microphones. We have on polished black shoes that we tap and slide on the ground in unison.

Blurb 1/365: Beauty of life.

Dailies 07/31/13

Dailies 07/31/13

Daily Doodle: Cat Daze

Song of the Day: You Beat Me to the Punch by Mary Wells


Musical Pipe Dream: I’m singing lead stage left to the three other singers. I’m wearing a crisp cotton candy pink dress with a square neck and full skirt. My dance moves consist of flapping my arms with the movement stemming from my shoulders and alternately stepping my foot behind the opposite foot.

Blurb 1/365: Support and use public transit. I ranted today about inconvenient and inefficient bus systems: We’re lucky if a line runs more than once an hour. It’s not fair to the constituents or the bus employees. Not all of us constituents can afford a car to get us to available public transit. And the bus employees have to fight for available work time that sometimes has a forced 3 hour lunch in between. If there were more buses, people would pay money to use them and it would eventually start to fund itself. But it’s always pulling teeth to get things started because it seems nobody wants to give money without immediately getting something in return. The result of this is a perpetual cycle of underfunded public transit, almost useless bus lines and schedules (except for peak commute hours), and people having to PARK A CAR to take public transit. That defeats the purpose of public transit.

Dailies 07/01/13

Dailies 07/01/13

Daily Doodle: Otter Pop

Song of the Day: Cruisin’ by Smokey Robinson


Musical Pipe Dream: Behind the star, I’m standing just beyond the spotlight’s reach. It only lights the tips of my toes. I’m wearing shiny black shoes. I’m playing the electric guitar while swaying back and forth, leading with my shoulders. When necessity calls for it, I quietly sing backup into the microphone.

Blurb 1/365: I think I know what Bowser’s problem is. He’s entitled. He feels entitled to everything he wants or doesn’t want. That’s why he’s angry all the time because he’s never happy or satisfied; and he has all those kids. He picks on Princess Peach because he actually wants Mario, Luigi, and Toad to be his friends. His kids pick on Mario, Luigi, and Toad because they want to impress their dad. Bowser has got to get his life together.