Friday, November 4, 2011

Funky Friday, DIY edition

Hey kids -- I'm afraid you're going to have to funk yourselves for the month of November. I am a way too busy wench, what with taking two classes, working at a job I can barely stand, parenting my mother, and preparing to hit the road for a conference on the left coast next week. I have December 6, my last day of class, circled and highlighted and glittered on all my calendars...it's just the stuff between now and then that's not so shiny.

I wouldn't want to leave ya'll without some guidance in the funk-it-yourself department, however, so I've put together a little playlist of some ditties I like. There's one for each Friday in November, plus one. Shuffle, fast forward, whatever you like.

I'll be around...just even less than I have been.


14 comments:

  1. Love this album and love that Plant is out and about in different music. See you in December.

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  2. Awwww...we have intell to look forward to, pre-yule.

    Keep your eye on the donut.

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  3. Mr. C, I remembered you getting juiced about seeing Alison Krauss this summer...didn't know you liked Robert Plant, too!

    JJ - it's nice to be looked forward to. "Keep my eye on the donut?" I've been having croissants instead, maybe that's part of the problem....

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  4. No croissants are good...donuts have holes. Capisce?

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  5. thanks for the ditties!
    like the funk yourself attitude... nice touch.
    have a good month.... see you in full form in a few weeks.

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  6. harlequin, thanks for stopping by. You always leave such nice comments at my posts. Your posts leave me too often wordless -- and I mean that as a compliment of the highest sort!
    (I really miss writing my own poetry and hope I have a few brain cells in working order when I get through this semester, so I can do some more creative, enjoyable stuff with them!)

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  7. Be good, be well, be back as fast as ever you can!

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  8. You venue's title caught my eye, as my dissertation was entitled, "Ruskin and the Pre-Raphaelites. Interesting venue and it's now on my reader. Thanks.

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  9. Welcome to the sisterhood, refugee.

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  10. Doesn't everyone 'work at job they can barely stand'? Or, is that just me (and Intelliwench)?

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  11. Oh...btw, that was in response to Mick Parker's comment :-)

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  12. Glad to hear I'm not the only one Jadedj.

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