John Mayer has a blog!

I read some of the posts on John Mayer’s blog. It’s weird to me to think that he’s a real person who is actually sitting somewhere at a computer typing away when he’s writing. He’s a celebrity – they don’t really exist in real life, do they? I remember the first time I heard one of his songs on the radio. I was at my college job filing in the Alumni Records Office and the radio person mentioned the song title and artist and I thought that John Mayer was some older man who had been big in the 80s and just released a new album with popular songs again, something along the lines of like John Mellencamp or Bruce Springsteen. I was really surprised when I found out that John Mayer was in fact just a few years older than I, not at all that middle-aged man I was envisioning.

http://johnmayer.com/blog#161

I especially like the Identity Crisis entry.

So that’s one thing I’ve done with my day: read the last couple weeks of posts on John Mayer’s blog. Maybe he spent some time this afternoon reading posts on my blog! OMG! I also did my usual Sunday routine of going to the gym and then the grocery store, although I didn’t follow-up on that with cooking something delicious to use all week as leftovers. Maybe tomorrow.

I went to Jason’s Deli for dinner to use my gift card I won in a drawing at work as part of our office’s annual United Way Campaign. One dollar for a raffle ticket won me $65 for Jason’s Deli. It was supposed to be $40 – that’s what the envelope said – and when I used it today I still had $53 left after buying two dinners. I am win-nar!

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October 15, 2006. Words.

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