Tuesday, August 8, 2006

On Crack...

... Daddy, that is. Crack Daddy. We went to ETBU together. Actually, they used to call him Crackbaby, for obvious reasons. But his knack for luring beautiful women, and the fact that he's now married and the father to several delightful (I'm sure) children, led to my referring to him as Crack Daddy. Anyway, Crack always had a knack for getting songs stuck in my head. Every day in the cafeteria he would be singing some off-the-wall tune that inevitably haunt me for the rest of the day. Sometimes for better, sometimes for worse.

Good Morning, Starshine
comes to mind.

Since I have a gift for remembering lyrics, I am always getting crap stuck in my head.

Not long ago, Abby recounted a story to me that I had forgotten.
Back when we were in college, we were discussing this very predicament. Having a song stuck in your head, I mean. She says I told her I thought that having a song stuck in your head was one of the ways God speaks to us when he wants to tell us, or remind us of, something.

"Well, what's he telling you today?" she asked.

"Don't Fear The Reaper" I said.

"Good word." she replied.

So true.
Anyways - I told you that story to tell you this:
Evidently, today's song/word from God is:

"Might as well jump. Go ahead and ju-ump."

Also a good word.

Shalom.

3 comments:

krysten said...

the only way i've found to get a song out of your head is to listen to that song in its entirety. looks like a trip to iTunes for you...

;-)

and just the other day, God was telling me "let me see you 1, 2 step"...

J.T. said...

Actually - I think this one started with iTunes. I went home to B.R. this weekend to perform a wedding, and before I left, I must have spent nearly $120 on iTunes music for my new video iPod. Jump was included.

1,2, Step, huh? Good ol' God. But, he has used stranger things, and sent stranger messages than that, I suppose.

CB said...

You're a jerk man...(my xanga?)