Tuesday, April 7, 2009

The Powerpuff Girls!

This cartoon was surprisingly violent...especially considering the main characters' names were Bubbles, Blossom, and Buttercup. =P

Today: nauseous, dizzy, etc.

Listening to a lot of public radio. Jazz/blues stuff is great, and it's fun to imitate the DJ's voices. You know what I'm talking about...all slow and hip like they're growing a goatee and wearing sunglasses inside.

"{Some crazy V7 chord} All right, yeah. That was "Love Letters from Brazil in the Hot Heat Amazon," performed by the Dulchowski Trio. Remember the 1947 original by Swing Daddy-O? A classic by any standard. Well you just heard Maxy Hawkins on drumset, Chuck Siegelman swingin' that soprano saxaphone line, and Bartholomew "Barry" Bridges bringin' us his bluesy bass. (Laughs) You're listening to Jazzy Jazz-sation with me, Gordon "the Jazz Master" Michaels, on your very own Public Radio.

"Hey, don't forget to check out our new Celtic music broadcast, 2-5am with Mickey O'Leary: Blarney On the Air."


They actually do have a weekly broadcast of Blarney On the Air. haaaaahaha :D



  1. Hi Emma
    The last time I saw you was on the back lawn at the Howards house watching the fireworks in Vernon Hills, July 4th 2007. We were on a college trip with Claire. Mrs Howard had told me about your blog and finally sent it to me on Sunday. I have spent quite a time reading it!!
    I am sorry that you are suffering so much but happy that you now have a name and a treatment plan. We spent 18 months with Claire sorting out a "back issue" and we got to the point that we didn't care what is was if someone would only tell us what it was and what to do.
    Hard as it may be, do not fret too much about school...the important thing is to concentrate on getting better...school will still be there.
    Your writing is wonderful...
    hang in there

  2. Yeah, radio voices are great

    I have a creative idea called "IRIS: It's Radio, In Space!" It would be an audio-thing with me doing voices to create the broadcast of a wacky sci-fi radio station. I should get around to that sometime.