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im wearing green pants to work…they are way too big but they’re green…so i have to right?
right.
speaking of work…last night i quit my job at lucky brand jeans. school takes up a lot of my time now and having two jobs was too much. so in two weeks i will no longer be a saleswomen of jeans…i have to take advantage of my discount while there’s still time!
anyway…my spring break is coming to an end and im sad…i have lots of papers and projects to do for the second half of the semester. yuck.
i made coffee this morning and its the best! it was french vanilla coffee and i put vanilla chai creamer in it.
like fergie would say it was D to the E to the L-I-C-I-O-U-S.
i have to go to work now and make people beautiful. come and see me!
sheena p.

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some fellow alabamians recently viewed the first show of the newest version of alsotheband. we played at the nick here in birmingham on monday. we had a blast and shared the stage with the nathan peek band, who completely rocked the house. my friend david was kind enough to record most of the show. i’ve uploaded eight songs on youtube, so if you’re bored, and missed the show, you can watch and pretend you were there. or something like that. thanks so much to those of you who came out to support us.

the show opener – breakdown:

to view more go to: youtube.com/caseypatton.

word.
c.


Lovedrug – Everything Starts Where It Ends

I love Lovedrug.
I love them live.
I love their albums.
They are great.
Their new album is no exception.
Sheena gave it to my for my birthday,
and I haven’t stopped listening to it since…

Except to listen to:

Wilco – Sky Blue Sky

A friend of mine got an advanced copy.
He then gave me a copy.
I’m only about halfway through the album,
but so far I really, really like it.
It comes out on May 15th,
and I recommend it.

c.

p.s. i recommend having salmon, baked potatoes, and salad for dinner.
sheena p.

awkwardness.

mainly when it has to do with other people.

this interview is very awkward…which makes it pretty funny.

do you think the interviewer was doing it on purpose?

or is it the interviewee’s fault?

i can’t even tell.

i love it.

c.

p.s. i love doing good on midterms because it takes some pressure of the second half of the semester
cultural anthropology – 102
american history – 98
american literature – 97
art appreciation – 95
reading, writing, research in english – 92

sheena p.

p.p.s. my wife is a genius. and hot.
i love her.

“What if – and believe me this is a hypothetical – but what if you were offered some kind of a stock option equity sharing program. Would that do anything for you?”

*I’m glad to see mmqm has been moving on without me. Busy day…

TONIGHT AT THE NICK IN BIRMINGHAM:
NATHAN PEEK BAND AND ALSOTHEBAND.
DOORS OPEN @ 9.
WE WILL PLAY AROUND 10:15/10:30.
JUST COME AT 9.
BE THERE!

thenickrocks.com

c.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY CASEY!!

Casey is 27 years old today!

we went camping last night at oak mountain with some good friends and it was a good time.

Casey’s gifts so far include:

  • the new love drug CD
  • a black hoodie
  • Kenneth Cole RSVP cologne
  • the borat movie
  • a pair of jeans
  • barak obama’s book

Tonight we are going to eat dinner with the fam at one of those Japanese places. YUM!


The Number 23

Wednesday night Sheena and I met up with our friends Matt and Carla to see this movie. I think the overall consensus was that it was a good flick. I probably liked it the least out of the bunch. I thought it was a cool idea. I also liked that you never really knew what was going to happen. I think they just took it a little too far. There would be a twist and you’d go “oh!” and then there’d be another twist and you’d go “oh!”…it finally got to where I was going “oh…” instead of “oh!” if that makes any sense. I did enjoy myself, though, and would recommend it. Most people, like my fellow viewers, will probably enjoy it more than I did.
7 out of 10.


Casino Royale

I watched the latest installment of the 007 dynasty a few nights ago while Sheena was studying. I thought it was great! Daniel Craig was excellent as the young Bond. I might go as far as to say he is my favorite Bond. I know, I know…but I’m not a HUGE Bond fan, so I can say stuff like that. I guess the only thing that bothered me about this film was that it didn’t fit in with the time-line of any other Bond film. The movie takes place when James first becomes promoted to double-0 status, but the movie is obviously based in present day (there was even mention of 9/11).  Also, who knew that James Bond’s first car as 007 was a Ford. Wow… All-in-all I thought the movie was quite awesome and enjoyed the whole thing. You should definitely check it out.
9 out of 10.

c.

i am currently addicted to:

heroes.

there are four shows that sheena and i do not miss:
the office, 24, lost, and heroes.
(sheena has class during 24/heroes, and we can only tape one…
so she currently can’t watch 24…boo!)
of those four shows, i think heroes is topping the list.
maybe right under the office…but they are so different,
they can both be number one.
nothing against 24 or lost…
they will forever be two of my favorite shows ever…
they are just getting a bit tired.
i guess heroes is just fresh, which means…

it = awesome.

c.

the smell of freshly opened tennis balls.

i love it.

c.

p.s. i love cinnamon apple sauce

sheena p.