Wednesday, January 02, 2008

"I'm looking for something a little less 'leather daddy'."

2007 is over. Slam dunk. No mas. Done. And boy and I'm happy to see it go.

While the year ended on a cathartic high, 2007 was not an easy year. I started the year off with the worst food poisoning/travel experience of my life, later Operation Find A Girlfriend came to an end after a long run, I turned my focus inward, survived a tornado, and felt like I was on the long and painful run up to a major shift in my life. But there were good things -- I met Ms. K, got linked in the New York Times, rediscovered my love of astrology while getting paid for it, got crushed on by Dorothy Snarker, learned how to drive a stick shift, and re-came out to my parents.

Thankfully I didn't spend New Years Eve like last year. Instead I spent it in the quiet company of Ms. K, having copious amounts of hot lesbian sex whilst trying out a new harness, later cooking dinner, and drinking fizzy booze. Really, could there be any better way to ring in the new year?

And while we're looking back, here's the soundtrack that was (soft?) rocking my Oh-Seven.

* Armchair Apocrypha by Andrew Bird
* Emerald City by John Vanderslice
* In Rainbows by Radiohead
* Back to Black by Amy Winehouse
* The Broken String by Bishop Allen
* In the Aeroplane Over the Sea by Neutral Milk Hotel
* Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust by David Bowie
* Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga by Spoon
* The Reminder by Feist


kimberlyd. said...

i discovered your blog a little less than a year ago thanks to ms.snarker and have been a faithful reader since. do you know you have been her only posted blog crush thus far, which in terms of crushes puts you right up there with the likes of jodie foster, ellen page,jennifer beals, tina fey, and the iphone?! needless to say, you are in good company with all of them (it), and write a fabulous blog. happy new year and be well!

Lou said...

Or Armchair Apocrypha by "the lovely lovely Andrew Bird", as my friend said on recommending this album to me. I am so with your top 7!

Lou said...

Oh and on the Lesbian Blog nominating - done and done, my friend.