Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Stay in my head...

They aren't voices or visions, and they definately aren't bothersome. All I know is that when we embrace I never want to let go. I know that when you put your arms around me, there's something there. Better yet, there's something right there. It's like nothing I've experienced before. I wanted you to know that, but I don't know how to tell you; or I don't know how to word it eloquently enough so that it graces your mind like one of your treasured short stories or the first time you ever read a Homeric tragedy.

You may not do everything for me, and I would never expect you to. I appreciate those things that you do for me and I am not wanton for those you do not.

It's easy, to be this way with you.

The game was great. I'll be your (and the Rangers') good-luck charm any day of the week. But when the 'Stros or the Braves are on, you know what side of the fence I stand.

"Years from now when we vacation in a foreign country..."

Let's do Seattle first. The Mariners playing was more than just a sign.

I'll look into a vacation.


MattJ said...

Does Seattle count as a foreign country? I know you have some disparate accents but that's a little harsh! :-D

If you and your guy make it to Europe, Matt Recommends: Jeep ride through the Portugese Mountains & Pamukkale in Turkey. Actually Turkey is just ace in general if you go to the right place. Finally if ever in Britain, check out 'not London' ie, do a day then leave, go up to Yorkshire or Wales or Scotland you'll have a much richer time of it.

lunaliar said...

That sounds like a ripe plan. I wouldn't want to spend too much time in London... I hear they hate the Yankee ilk.

The greener pastures sound good to me, and for the sake of travel, Seattle might as well be in a foreign land due to its lack of proximity to Texas and its starkly different political and cultural make-up.

MattJ said...

Don't take it personally, Londoners don't like anybody, too obsessed with their own importance. I'm generalising, of course but in my experience the Southeast is the least friendly place in the UK. Though they probably like you yankee types because American tourists generally have fat wallets (you need em here!) and they do like money down here. Don't take my word for it though, I am after all quite jaded. This is where I'm from so my standards are pretty high:

lunaliar said...

AWWW!!! That's a cute town! Well, if I visit the UK, I'll definately check it out!