Rollin' Like Sisyphus

Good Music Friday

Posted in Good Music Friday by Huckleberry on December 23, 2016

The only time when Friday just doesn’t seem all that eager to hit me like an unexpected runaway semi truck full of cow dung and lighter fluid is when that Friday is the last hurdle standing between myself and 13 much-needed days off from work, life, and just about everything else.
In that case, Friday has to be dragged into the joint, kicking and screaming and throwing punches and doing that thing where it grips the threshold with both hands at its dragged through it, to the point where you have to beat Friday with sticks and socks filled with nickels just to get it to settle the fuck down and cooperate.
So, mercifully, the week is coming to a close.
Hopefully today will be light, we have the company Christmas party around noon, then I’m out early to put back a few and enjoy the fact I ain’t making the Christmas meal for once. Football tomorrow, Christmas on Christmas, then up to the desert compound for 11 days of shooting shit, burning shit, reading shit, writing shit (hopefully), hiking, and a fuck-ton of stargazing and drinking warming alcohol in the chill, empty nights.
In my mind, I’m already there.
I’ll try to put up a post or two next week, but I will have my New Year’s Eve post unless there is some catastrophic failure of something, somewhere, that prevents it.
Merry Christmas to you and yours.


White Christmas
Stiff Little Fingers
Chrysalis Records | 1980


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  1. El Borak said, on December 23, 2016 at 17:01

    Merry Christmas, Huck.

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