Thursday, September 22, 2005

Song 4, Friend of the Devil

Ok, my internet is still down, so I'm doing 2 things: learning patience and not posting much. In the meantime, I'm going to throw this one out there. It's 2 songs I recorded really quickly just now (that means go easy on me) and 2 pictures. While fall quickly moves in here in Québec, these are two shots of some of my favorite places to explore from the summer: the port, where I like to climb down onto the docks and read, and the artillery park. The latter shows my feet standing on a second-story doorway of an old armoury that drops off into space. I liked to climb up there with my guitar and play in the doorway in the air, cause I thought it was neat. At my feet are some tomatoes I bought down in the port market, and my journal (you know, my real journal). That's all for now. I'm busy making plans to go to China for a while at the end of October. I think I'd like to try Guangzhou. The first song is Friend of the Devil by the Grateful Dead.

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6 comments:

Susannah H. Snowden said...

I adore Matthew's blog. The photo of the clam and the toy car cracked me up! And the rock-wall-climbing story was v. inspirational. But I esp. love the songs! Keep 'em coming! :) S

Tito said...

heyyyy

dont go to chima at the end of october!!!! i will be there the 21st!!!!
Morocco is cool, people are playing mario bros 3 behind me... such a good game...
take care
Tito

Papigiulio said...

Did you sing that yourself? I could really hear that good, but it sounds good m8 :) Keep up the good work

Papigiulio said...

i meant, i couldnt really hear that good :P sorry!

PINKSandROSES said...

hey hey i am requesting alive in this moment! or maybe some kelly clarkson... whatever you master first :)

Matthew said...

Susannah, thanks a lot, and your pictures are beautiful. Papigiulio, yup, thanks a lot, and your blog is stylish. Pinksandroses, I'm working on it! And finally, Tito, no promises man. If I can find a cheap plane ticket to chima[sic] I'm just hopping on that plane, man. But I want to see you, and I'll see what I can do.