Monday, March 30, 2009

What Humans Do

2 years ago i would have said "i'll never be able to write song lyrics."

everything takes practice. the more you do it, the easier it will come.

people take easier to some things then others, but you can pretty much do anything if you have the passion and the patience.

of course you can have all the passion and patience in the world, but you'll never be able to catch an aquatic chicken...

so if you are feeling down, because you aren't good at something you wish you were good at, then just remember, as my good friend Josiah Olsen once sang, "Ice cream, and waterfalls / peanut-butter in my pocket!"

"there's no place like ice cream and waterfalls!"



Anonononymous said...

Haha, I love it. Ice cream and waterfalls are amazing. pb in your pocket? well, it'd take practice to get used to?

Charlie said...

yeah, i had some trouble getting used to the peanut butter...

Anonymous said...

Wow, so Colton is FINALLY back from the N. P.!!! Welcome back. You were sorely missed, because somebody ELSE (*cough, cough*) neglected his blog quite soon after you left us, and we were all trying to survive without the very necessary ingredient for life: Insanity.

Sorry, my comment has no connection whatsoever to the post which it is posted under.

Btw, when are you going to come up with more "phavorite frazes?"

-Nemo a.k.a. E.C.

Anonymous said...

And yes, I know I posted that last comment at 2:16 AM, when no one in their right mind in the state of Va. should be awake...what can I say? I have a sleeping disorder: my internal clock is set for Tokyo time.


Anonymous said...

When you can find the time, I would be very interested in hearing the tune to "Ice cream and waterfalls / peanut-butter in my pocket!" Are there any more lyrics? And what are you supposed to DO with the peanut-butter in your pocket? Is it some kind of comfort food? Or a stress reliever? Or maybe a toy akin to silly-putty? I'm not sure I'd want to eat it...depends on how long it'd been in my pocket. :)