Archive for February, 2008

My favorite song today!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on February 26, 2008 by Frizz

Shakedown 1979, cool kids never have the time
On a live wire right up off the street
You and I should meet
Junebug skipping like a stone
With the headlights pointed at the dawn
We were sure we’d never see an end to it all
And I don’t even care to shake these zipper blues
And we don’t know
Just where our bones will rest
To dust I guess
Forgotten and absorbed into the earth below
Double cross the vacant and the bored
They’re not sure just what we have in store
Morphine city slipping dues down to see
That we don’t even care as restless as we are
We feel the pull in the land of a thousand guilts
And poured cement, lamented and assured
To the lights and towns below
Faster than the speed of sound
Faster than we thought we’d go, beneath the sound of hope
Justine never knew the rules,
Hung down with the freaks and the ghouls
No apologies ever need be made, I know you better than you fake it
To see that we don’t even care to shake these zipper blues
And we don’t know just where our bones will rest
To dust I guess
Forgotten and absorbed into the earth below
The street heats the urgency of now
As you can see there’s no one around

No Dancin’ Today

Posted in YouTube with tags , , , on February 19, 2008 by Frizz

Funny

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on February 14, 2008 by Frizz

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Obit

Posted in Uncategorized on February 13, 2008 by Frizz

Lori L. McClay, 35, of West Chester, formerly of Parkesburg, passed away on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2008, at the Christiana Hospital in Delaware.

Born in Lancaster, she was the daughter of John W. McClay and Nancy T. McClay of Parkesburg.

A resident of West Chester for the past 15 years, she was employed by the MacElree Harvey law firm as an office assistant. She had previously worked at the Magic Years Day Care and the Curiosity Corner Day Care.

Lori was a 1990 graduate of the Octorara High School and a member of the Our Lady of Consolation Catholic Church of Parkesburg.

She is survived, in addition to her parents, by three siblings, Michael J. McClay, husband of Deborah of Parkesburg, Barbara A. McClay of Parkesburg and David J. McClay of West Chester; three nieces; one nephew; and one great-nephew.

Lori will be sadly missed by her family and many beloved friends.

A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated on Friday, Feb. 15, at 11 a.m. at the Our Lady of Consolation Catholic Church, 603 W. Second Ave., Parkesburg, followed by interment in the Parkesburg Catholic Cemetery.

Family and friends are invited to the attend the viewing, which will be held both on Thursday, Feb. 14, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Wilde Funeral Home, 434 Main St., Parkesburg, and on Friday at the church from 10 a.m. until the time of the Mass.

Lori McClay-Forever in my heart

Posted in Uncategorized on February 12, 2008 by Frizz

Update

Posted in Uncategorized on February 5, 2008 by Frizz

As many of you know already this past weekend was beyond surreal. One of my closest friends was in a major car accident on Friday afternoon. By very early Saturday morning (3:30 a.m.) the plug was going to be pulled from her life support, her organs harvested and a funeral to follow. After about 2 hours after that I finally was able to fall asleep for a couple hours. I woke up to a phone call from Scott saying that Lori was still alive. I was shocked and in disbelief.

Around 10:00 A.M. Dave called me (Lori’s brother) letting me know that the organs where being harvested that afternoon and at that time is when life support will be pulled. He asked if I wanted to go down to the hospital to say goodbye before this happened. I rode the 45 minute drive with Dave, Matt and Bern. While pulling into the hospital Dave received a call from the family that Lori has responded and pulling her off life support was not going to happen. At the hospital, Saturday passes, Sunday passes and progress is still being made. Lori is still a mess. But, she’s alive. She’s fighting really hard and each day that goes by more and more hope is being restored.

It’s Tuesday afternoon. After a busy day of job hunting I’m leaving for the hospital within the half hour. I hoping I will see even more improvements.

“I thought i knew…but now i know”

Posted in Uncategorized on February 4, 2008 by Frizz