Thinking of you...

October 08 2005
...I had some coffee, it was really strong. I heard some fellow playing Dylan songs. I stopped on a bridge and watched the Seine roll on. I was thinking of you. I saw a couple as a show got out. Their tongues were lost inside each other's mouths. I wondered how they'd ever get them out. I was thinking of you.....

The National Storytelling Festival....

Today would have been a complete waste if it wasn't for Bill Harley, one of the funniest, most talented, and realistic songwriters and storytellers ever. But besides that, waste of a day....

on being invisible and candle light...

October 03 2005
Being invisible is just like anything else in life; it has it's pros and cons.

When you're invisible very few people talk to you, but no one talks about you. That's just fine with me....

Scented Candles may look cool, but they funk up my allergies....


October 01 2005
MTSU 17 VANDY 15.........

A blocked field goal with no time left!!!!

Whenever I go to Nashville there seems to be a drunk fat guy with in ten feet of me, and he usually says some really hysterical things......

"Yeah, I graduated from here with a misdemeanor."

"So, how long have ya'll been sober?"

"You taking weatherology? That's a good class."

"One can equals one dip."

Let's all get down....

September 26 2005
The John Mayer Trio.........

The Historic Ryman Auditorium...........

Let's just say I'd throw some pants on right now, and drive back to Nashville to see them tear it up all over again.

I'll tell you what...

September 18 2005
Well, it's around two, and I have to say something. I can write one mean History paper. I'll tell you what...

Alright the first thing that lived up to it's hype about college. My first almost all nighter. It's like a natural high.


September 13 2005
The only causes worth fighting for are the lost causes....

Sept. 11 2001 - Sept. 11 2005

September 10 2005
What would Jesus do, if He walked a mile in my shoes?

It's been four years since our world was rocked. That's all I have to say about that.

Clap for the Wolfman.......

September 09 2005
I'm just ready for this day to be over.

Well it was either stay, lose my mind, and finish the test, or leave that question blank, save my sanity, and go home.

I get lost on the boulevard at night, with out your voice to tell me; I love you, take a right....

Random Thoughts...

September 07 2005
I have the most inhumane schedule possible. It's just not right to make someone have an awesome parking space in the morning, and then make them wait around until 1 to keep it.

I give in very easily to very attractive girls in Mustangs. Tuesday I had the best parking space ever, and I went to swap books and sit in my car, then all of a sudden this very attractive girl asked if she could have my parking space. I said of course, and moved.

"Under My Thumb" is my favorite Rolling Stones song.

"What came first, the music or the misery? People worry about kids playing with guns, or watching violent videos, that some sort of culture of violence will take them over. Nobody worries about kids listening to thousands, literally thousands of songs about heartbreak, rejection, pain, misery and loss. Did I listen to pop music because I was miserable? Or was I miserable because I listened to pop music?"

Saturday, it all comes together.

I miss Erin Horton, especially on average days like today. She is/was my wildcard friend.

The whole New Orleans situation is really bothering me. I think the fact that it could be months before all the damage can be found is what does it.

Economics is my favorite class.......

Freshman 15?????

September 02 2005
I think it's the Freshman Negative 15. I bet I've lost a couple pounds this week alone, and the "ULCER" that's developed has kept my appetite down.

Everybody's talking about how much they either "love" or hate college. Me, I'm pretty apathetic. I see it as just a four year wait before I get to do what I want. (except I don't really know what I want to do yet)

A Long weekend, it's a nice way to end the longest week ever.

"Mama always said, 'dying was part of life.' I sure wish it wasn't." - Forrest Gump


August 25 2005
The new Hootie and the Blowfish album is one of the best they've put out.

Time has shown me the error of my ways
I try to find you day after day
Our time has come now, our friends have all said
Waltz with me, Talk to me,
Our love has no end

When I'm with you girl, the fear in me leaves
To be in your world is all that I dream
When I walk away you waltz into me


August 22 2005
well I shelled out more money today, than I have all summer. However, I've been asking around and I think I'm getting off easy, of course I still have to buy another history book, and that so called, Required Summer Reading Book.

I looked at the Econ book and it's pretty basic, so far. English is same old same from the glance I took.

I was the first person to buy books today at BRBS. I'm either a genius or geek. I'm leaning toward the latter.


August 20 2005
Well, yesterday was one of the more painful I've ever had. I'm talking physical pain, not emotional. Unbelievable......

Today was hot. Really hot. I tried to some things, but it was just too hot. When I got home I just stood in front of the freezer for about half an hour.

That's the good thing about depression, you get your rest.

What's happened to movies?

August 16 2005
Alright, this is going to be the more lighthearted of my places to go and put out my thoughts.

I thought this would be a time killer and it was, it killed about two hours. I've thought about this before.
Soundtrack of my life:

Opening credits: “Remember” Jimi Hendrix
Waking up: “Everyday” Dave Matthews Band
Average day: “Back To Good” Matchbox 20
First date: “Here We Go Again” Ray Charles
Falling in love: “Your Song” Elton John
Love scene: “Crash” Dave Matthews Band
Fight scene: “Whipping Post” The Allman Brothers Band
Breaking up: “Dream” Roy Orbison
Getting back together: “Bridge Over Troubled Water” Simon & Garfunkel
Secret love: “Feels Like Rain” John Hiatt
Life's okay: “Days Like This” Van Morrison
Mental breakdown: “Mrs. Potter’s Lullaby” Counting Crows
Driving: “Everybody’s Talkin’” Harry Nilsson
Learning a lesson: “Dying To Live” Jonny Lang
Late night walk: “The Sound Of Silence” Simon & Garfunkel
Deep thought: “River” Joni Mitchell
Flashback: “Free Falling” Tom Petty
Regret: “Angie” Rolling Stones
Long night alone: “Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad” Meat Loaf
Death scene: “Colorblind” Counting Crows
Closing credits: “Not Even the Trees” Hootie & the Blowfish

I really HATE stuff like this...

August 13 2005
Let me set this up for you. About a month ago, my mom gets an invitation for a wedding reception, but it's not just for her and my dad, no it's addressed to.......

Sherry, Lynn Jr., Lynn III, Ben, and Luke Wilhoite.

So the invitation is for the reception for the daughter of teacher at my mom's school. She has become a dear friend of the family since I was in the fifth grade. So, I forget about it. Today I was reinformed about it. I spent the rest of the day, muttering the phrase, "I really hate stuff like this...."

It's true... I dislike anything that falls into a big social gathering. I just don't see the point in making a big deal about stuff. Plus the bride and groom had been married for like two weeks.

The young ones and I tried to get out of it, come to think of it, my dad even tried to get out of it. However, mom won, and we went.

The highlight of the evening was when Coach Bell walked in the room. I didn't see that one coming.

I go back to the feel of a fifty yard line....

August 05 2005
Today I was cleaning out from under the bed. I pulled out some sports tape and a practice jersey. That was the most I had missed football. I smelt the tape, and brought back good memories.


So I realized that I was just sitting around, and my little bros were just sitting around. Then I realized that I wanted to see The Dukes of Hazzard, and my little bros wanted to see The Dukes of Hazzard. Later on, halfway through the movie, I realized that the movie was good, but didn't hold a candle to the tv show, and my little bros had never seen the tv show. Finally on the way home I realized how much I appreciate Jessica Simpson, and my little bros had the same feelings.

Down time...

August 03 2005
I woke up this morning and wiped the crud from my eyes. I looked at my clock, and saw 5:22 glaring back at me. I could have rolled back over and enjoyed another hour of sleep, but I took the road less traveled for an 18 year old during summer. No, I hopped in the shower, woke my self up, and started the day.

I had breakfast at Cracker Barrell with my mom and bros. They brought me a big container of honey mustard, and that's when I knew it was going to be a good day.

It has, surprisingly enough, been a good day. I spent all day alone and doing absolutely nothing. I spent an hour in Home Depot, two hours in Media Play, I took a really scenic route home, and finished a book. Alone time is underrated.

No, I'll never forget your face, but sometimes I can't remember my name.

MTSU Undergrad Catalog.......

August 01 2005
Well I spent the better part of the day trying to figure out the direction I want my life to go. Translated into college terms, I spent all day looking through the MTSU Undergrad catalog. Well to make a long and tiresome story short, I dropped my bs class, and added Economics.

So know I have

English, still at 6:50
Biology at around 8

and now on Tuesdays and Thursdays
Economics at 8

17 hours...

Almost Famous....

July 30 2005
"Of course I'm home, I'm always home. I'm uncool."

Almost Famous is on my list now. Great flick.

"An entire generation of Cinderellas and there's no slipper."

cloud 4 1/2

July 24 2005
"Dr. Marvin, there are two types of people in the world. Those who like Neil Diamond, and those who don't. My ex-wife loves him."