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Just something short, because in about an hour and a half we have to drive to Birmingham for another doctor's appointment. I am neither awake nor dressed just yet.

I am presently adoring PJ Harvey's White Chalk (2007), which I only finally got around to listening to yesterday. As a long-time admirer of her work, I think this is surely one of her best albums. It's like a whisper in the wind, I think. And I have a feeling that a lot of Joey Lafaye will now be written to this album.

Earliest spring seems to have begun here in Atlanta. Mid-seventies (F) yesterday and today, though we'll have 50s next week.

We do have eBay auctions going, and Spooky's listed a new doll on Etsy. You might have a look.

The best part of yesterday? Sitting on the front porch, watching Spooky stuff a pin cushion with dried lavender.

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sovay
Feb. 5th, 2008 04:16 pm (UTC)
I am presently adoring PJ Harvey's White Chalk (2007), which I only finally got around to listening to yesterday.

It's incredible music: bones and ballads. I will love to see how it plays into Joey Lafaye.
reverendcrofoot
Feb. 5th, 2008 06:03 pm (UTC)
May your doctor's visit not turn into some horror movie.

White Chalk you say. I'll have to give a listen to this album. I have to admit I haven't thought Polly Jean in a very long time.
papersteven
Feb. 6th, 2008 05:27 am (UTC)
Re: White Chalk
White Chalk is an amazing record. I love "The Piano" and "Broken Harp" the best. And PJ Harvey is recording another collaborative CD with John Parish *right now*! (They did Dance Hall At Louse Point together, if anyone is unfamiliar with her work) Squee


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