Friday, January 27, 2006

it sure does not feel like winter

It is me, Jose. Kelly is away this weekend visiting her sister @ her Alma Mater. That means I will have a lot of time on my hands. This is the first post I have entered by myself, hence why it is not up to stuff, I apologize for that. I can't believe that today is the 20th anniversary of the Challenger Explosion. That makes me feel very old. I know some of you are probaly too young to even remember it (let me know if you remember where you were when it occurred). I was 7 years old and I was sitting in my second grade class @ Boulevard Elementary School in Shaker Heights. I remember it so vividly because we were watching the launch on tv in our classroom.

Everyone was very excited about that particular mission because Christa McAuliffe (a teacher from New Hampshire) was to be the first teacher in space. Unfortunately, she never made it because the spaceshuttle challenger exploded and it was over in an instant and then my teacher just turned the tv off and had us go back to work. Sadly, in life sometimes when tragedy happens we just move on to the next task in order to keep our minds off what just happened. Here is a cover song about another space tragedy.

( mp3 ) Space Oddity from The Life Aquatic - Studio Sessions featuring Seu Jorge (iTunes Exclusive) this is a bonus a track from that session.


Kelly and Erin said...

Hi Jose (aka Eyore) -- we miss you!

Anonymous said...

Any chance you re-up this one, it seems to be expired.

Many thanks!

Kelly said...

We will have the mp3 re-upped in the next day or so :)

FYI -- all posted mp3's expired w/in 7 days, so try to download asap and visit often!