Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Hey





So today is one of those days that I really need to just get over myself.
Just a lot of self doubt and worry today...

So yeah. I don't really want to get into it, because it's just really silly.

Anyway. I need some new music to listen to and would love some suggestions :)

I found these crazy "brain balls" in the woods behind our apartment. I could only find two, but I want to find more...

Okay. That's it.
Not a lot.
Hope everyone is good and safe.

13 comments:

justagirl said...

I love the brain balls!!! do you know what tree they fell from?

Well some music I love listening to is

'The Beautiful south'
'The front lawn'
'Anika Moa'
'Brooke Fraser'
'Badly drawn boy'
and the 'Smiths' and 'David Gray'

hope the tomorrow is a better day.

SilverGelatin said...

THOSE ARE O'SAGE ORANGES!!!! And I love them! I personally call them ogres balls but brain balls work too! They only grow in the fall and they are gross and sticky inside and are pretty much useless but I still love them!

Erika Lee Sears said...

How about some Minus the Bear? or Blind Pilot? Both bands are from the NW ..

tangled sky studio said...

hi michele..it must be in the air (worry and self doubt that is...)
here are a few of my faves...
The Black Keys
Ben Kweller
Andrew Bird (check out "my skin" on i-tunes)
The Bound Stems
Rogue Wave
Wilco

beth

Desiree Fawn said...

Hello! I found you via Holly via decor8 via etsy (phew!) and just simply had to add you -- I love your work & I have a Boston Terrier too!
Look forward to reading more ^_^
Peace <3

Michelle Brunner said...

I love Madeleine Peyroux, Colin Hay, The Weepies, Sondre Lerche, The Shins, and David Gray is great for fall! Your art is beautiful!

the projectivist said...

i love the colour of those brain balls.

i also think that you should write to whoever is in charge of naming flora and fauna and suggest they change the name!

Janice La Verne said...

those are some scary flora items! sometimes things found in nature are much creepier than what we create. And what amazes me is how patterns are duplicated across the nature spectrum. I have seen gall stones that look just like that!

I am sure these are facts you wanted to know... yuk.
Janice

Tau said...

We call them hedge apples around here. They are terrific for keeping away spiders, ants, flies and such!! Keep them on windowsills, counters, etc..

You're lucky, people actually BUY them over the internet!

Michele Maule said...

Wow!
Great music suggestions everyone!
I have to take some time, sit down, and listen to everything. I have a lot of Minus the Bear, and I love it. They were one of my favorite bands to go see when I lived in Portland.

I also love Andrew Bird and Wilco. As well as the Smiths! So looks like I have a lot of homework to do today :)

Maybe I should call them gall stone balls, Janice :)
I've seen them at the farmer's market around here, and they sell for like $5.00 each! I tried to find some more, but those were the only two. Maybe I'll see some more today.

Thanks again for all the music suggestions :)

Megan Chapman said...

In Arkansas we call those "horse apples"
and I will get back to you with some music...
: )

tri said...

My list is much more dance-y than others here, but being a DJ, that's how it goes...

-LCD Soundsystem
-MGMT ("Electric Feel" = new fave song right now!)
-Cut Copy
-Ghostland Observatory
-Tegan and Sara
-The Knife
-CSS (cansei der se sexy)
-Hercules and the Love Affair(although I only really dig "Raise Up" and "Blind")
-Notwist

Stuff that never gets old:
-T Rex (not enough credit goes to T Rex!)
-Brian Eno
-Joy Division
-Nitzer Ebb

o'reilly ink said...

I always thought those brain balls were hedge apples? My mom used to put them in the corners of the basement to keep spiders out.