As I've said before, it's a rainy evening outside and whenever it's rainy and I'm listening to nice piano music I feel peaceful. I wonder if the rain in Baghdad and the rest of Iraq is washing the blood from the ground. Where does the blood go when it's washed away? Back to where it came from I guess, the ocean. I have a feeling I will be writing about war topics for many weeks if not months to come. War is that way, difficult, cruel, and at times insurmountable. I hope some day that rain can wash it all away and replace it all with peace.
I haven't accomplished much today. I can't really remember much of what I've accomplished if anything today. I didn't even download any new music. I did listen to some new stuff I got yesterday which included wailing women. That is the freakiest most weird music I've ever heard. So, being weird, I researched it. Apparently, women were paid to wail after deaths. Sometimes they'd wail for like 40 days as a period of mourning. I'd rather die than listen to 40 days of wailing women. Their mournful tones to quote Amber "sound like a horror movie". I can't figure out why she likes the sounds as much as she does. She's a weird one, but I was instructed to say that she is incredible. I agree, she is incredible because she is so ready to forgive and give people second chances. She holds no grudges, and it's commendable.
Tomorrow's plans include making an audio promo for Culture Beat, at least I have an creative idea on how it'll be put together. I just need to get motivated to do it. When that happens I'll have fun.
I'm still unsure of certain things concerning newly found friends. In talking to one of them, I think I have figured out a solution to my problem, but the plan must be implemented and will take time. Well, must dash off an email or two before I go to bed, I'm really really tired, then I'll drift off to the peaceful rainy sounds of the night.