Til the Water Runs Clear from Annie Parsons on Vimeo.
I’m here, Mom. I miss you, too.
tags: Mom | Songs | The Big Move | The Big Trip | The Living Big | Video
I love it! You’re the best. Good luck in Nashville!!!
Annie, I think you’re my hero.
I love the espresso colored hair, Annie. I know it will help you in the living big. I think it looks the same as your old color: brown.
in addition to germ’s:
a.k.a. the color of poop. BECCA.
Sarah…no bathroom talk at the table!
Found your site from dooce’s – just stopped by to say hi!
and…this reminds me that we were going to do EACH OTHER’S hair before you left. Somehow mine still looks the same…..how clever you are!
wah. how come my hair is the color of poop and annie’s gets to be the highly esteemed espresso?
oh. wow. apparently i am spencer. that comment (and this one) actually are becca.
Welcome to Nashville!!!
1) 1/2 marathon. You’d have to spend your first four months here avoiding people and hitting the streets to run by yourself, which isn’t a good idea when you first move to a new town.So maybe not this year.
2) LOST marathon. I started watching LOST one year ago, halfway through season three, so I had to do a few marathons over the weekends to watch all of seasons one and two–but then I was caught up and caught in. I love LOST now. We watched the first three episodes of season three tonight, and I’m still amazed at how important these characters are to me. Orhan Pamuk,in his Nobel acceptance speech, said that good authors build characters that matter to us. It’s a good story if what happens to the characters is important to our own storylines. And I feel like the characters in LOST have taught me a lot about myself. When did TV start doing that?
So that’s it. My two points for the eve.
See you soon!
seriously. I wish I were as cool as you.
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