I dreamed that we were having a party. Many faces that I don’t know and many that I do were there. I think even my cousins from New Jersey were there for brief moments. I was just hosting the party and next thing I know I walk into the living room and there is a naked, middle aged woman lying on the futon and I’m like why? But whatever, I don’t care. Usually at parties I feel kind of uneasy, so I took a walk down the block to the Pavillion. I was hanging out on the roof, looking down at people walking by in their fat, winter coats. I go back home and Steven is cooking a whole bunch of really nice food (he does that irl, but not this fancy).
Ipskaya was napping on the black chair inside. You had on the coolest outfit. It looked like a metallic mosaic from the shirt, but the pants I think were your normal, everyday pants. I started cutting your hair and you flipped out at me and I felt really bad. To make you feel better I told you that there was going to be a book fair at West 4th st, but we never actually went. I ended up taking the train by myself to Rockefeller center and going to a liquor store to by something.
haha, that's so funny that you called me Danny, no one's called me that since I was really young. I haven't been up to much, just waiting like usual. waiting to get out of work, waiting for my friend to get out of work later so we can go to dinner. the usual. how've you been?
Aw, that’s so sweet! I’m waiting too. I went to see Midnight in Paris last night, but didn’t get to see the whole movie because I was feeling really sad (pathetic). We asked if we could get refund tickets and the Pavillion said yes, so I’m going again tonight. It was very good up to the part I saw. I’ve been feeling really down and hopeless in all honesty. I wish I weren’t so boring. Ugh.
It was very good up to the part where I had to leave because I was feeling like a sad, crying sack of nothingness. It was really quite pathetic. The parts when I wasn’t crying I did laugh. The movie soundtrack features Stephane Wrembel, a great guitarist and swell person.
“I’m glad mushrooms are against the law, because I took them one time, and you know what happened to me? I laid in a field of green grass for four hours going, “My God! I love everything.” Yeah. Now, if that isn’t a hazard to our country … how are we gonna keep building nuclear weapons, you know what I mean? What’s gonna happen to the arms industry when we realize that we’re all One?!”—BiIl Hicks (via eternalconsciousness)