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7th-Mar-2003 02:43 am
tell tale heart
whenever i'm alone with you you make me feel
like i am home again whnever i'm alone with
you you make me feel like i am whole again

whenever i'm alone with you you make me feel
like i am young again whenever i'm alone with
you you make me feel like i am fun again

however far away i will always love you however
long i stay i will always love you whatever
words i say i will always love you i will always
love you

whenever i'm alone with you you make me feel
like i am free again whenever i'm alone with
you you make me feel like i am clean again

however far away i will always love you however
long i stay i will always love you whatever
words i say i will always love you i will always
love you

-- The Cure, "Love Song"
I am a cactus.

The next Colorado professional sports team* should be named the Chinook, 'cause that's the damn coolest thing about the front range. It's been pretty chilly for the past couple weeks. But it was balmy when I walked back from my test. Balmy and windy. I caught the Stampede at the next bus stop down because I had to beat a 40 mph wind in a foot race to get my Cards hat back. Good thing it hain't no feet. Of course, this Chinook seems to have brought more grey clouds and mayhap a little snow, but it was good while it lasted.

I'm concerned. My friend emailed me a couple weeks ago saying her birthday party'd been canceled (I was to attend while in Ft. Collins) because she'd moved out onto the streets. She said not to worry, she knows what she's doing, and that she was moving to Boulder the next day. I'm trying not to worry, but I'm conerned. It's not hard to meet street dwellers in Boulder. Many of them are interesting people with some cool stuff in their lives. But it's hard. (But it's haaard. Haaaaaard rains are gonna fall...) I'm concerned she may hurt chances she has of moving on and being something other than homeless in the future. I'm also concerned that she hasn't called me. I emailed her my phone number when I got the message. And I think even Boulder homeless with Hotmail check it at least once a week. Whenever I have an excuse (thrice in 24 hours yesterday/today) I take a stroll down Pearl St. and the Hill, the two places you're most likely to run into a Boulderite without a home. These trips have often been at night, so the fact that I haven't found her gives me hope that she's got enough sense to stay in the shelter or somewhere else warm. But I wish she'd call, so I could stop obsessing. And so that we could hang out.

* At last count, we've got the Denver Broncos (football), Denver Nuggets (basketball), Colorado Rockies (baseball), Colorado Avalanche (hockey), Colorado Rapids (soccer), Colorado Mamoth (lacrosse), and the Colorado Crush (arena football). And I think all but the obvious two play in the same building. Are there any pro sports leagues we're missing? WNBA I suppose. I'd be surprised if there wasn't a pro SCUBA team in Colorado.
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