Thursday, January 12, 2006

This Is A Job For Enya

My own obsession with committing all my music to my iPod has created major lapses in my day to day regular schedule. Sure, I want to get it done as soon as possible. I also see it sitting there waiting for me to finish as I get home from work. At this moment, I have 12,572 songs on it filling 47.02GB of space. I know I have a lot more to go but just getting it done and out of the way to enjoy will help. I thought that I'd go straight to sleep last night and not continue my trek from the second bedroom's CD changer to my bedroom computer. I now look at the clock, I wound up sleeping for close to 11 hours. Don't know how or why but I did. I'm sure I'll get my sleep schedule under control at some point. It has to happen. We're adaptable creatures, right? I have discovered that as tired as I am at work, the drive home wakes me up. I might try listening to Enya on my way home tonight to keep it from happening. One way or another, normalcy will return.

11 comments:

Lily said...

Psssst...being awake and alert while driving home is a good thing.

David Amulet said...

I loaded about 10,000 songs ... and then realized that I would never, EVER, listen to some of the deepest cuts, so I have actually taken more than 2,000 off in the past couple of months.

-- david

Ken said...

While I agree that being awake is a good thing, I know that Amy is a big fan of Sleepytime tea when she needs to settle down and go to sleep. Just a suggestion.

RT said...

It might help to quit stressing about it so much, Martin... Just a thought ;o) Seriously, you'll get used to, it just takes some time.

In the meantime, did you figure out a way to list your music for us yet?

Layla said...

Just take an Ambien, that knock you right out. Seriously, I take them but wish I didn't have to.

Funny comment about Enya, I couldn't agree more.

I can NOT believe you have that many songs on your Pod. That is insanely wild and wonderful. Congrats. I think you need to cut yourself off and an even number like 20,000.

I know your busy but I was so hoping you'd answer my driving tunes questions on my blog. It's from yesterday. It's just not complete without your input since you ARE Mr. Music.

Oops, I am signed in under the wrong blog, the one I am talking about is here: http://laylarambleson.blogspot.com/

LoraLoo said...

Yup, Enya will do it. BUT, I suggest waiting until you are almost home or at home. That stuff will put you in a coma.

RT said...

Are you guys making fun of Enya???

An80sNut said...

Well, Sade does the same thing to me sometimes but Enya just has the extra lullaby-esqe feel.

Fred said...

Holy crap! Almost 13,000 songs? You're an animal!

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