Saturday, May 22, 2010

Response to Nancy: When The Tornado Strikes

Good morning, Interwebs! Hope everyone is having a wonderful Saturday. Things are a little crazy this weekend. My band has a show in Portland tomorrow night, so there's been a lot of last minute practicing going on (not to mention my ongoing debate with myself over what I should wear...). But I shall take a break from all of the pre-show chaos to bring you today's bit of musical advice. :)

So without further ado, here is today's letter:

Dear Lauren,

I am stuck in Oklahoma and the tornado sirens are going off. I already put my cello in the bathtub and covered it with sofa cushions. The weather forecasters are saying that there is a tornado heading at me at 30 mph. Actually, they are using the terms "rotation" and "circulation", they aren't saying tornado. The advice they are giving is pretty epic: they say that everybody who is in a mobile home should evacuate right now. !!! Lol, Oklahoma. Should I cower in my bathroom, or should I watch the storm?


And here I am rocking the keytar in my sweatpants, telling Nancy to get the hell out of Oklahoma.

I'm so keytarded. Hehe.

On a side note, I started up a Facebook page for this advice column. You can become a fan here and recieve updates in your daily news feed.

That's all I've got for today. Keep the letters rolling in!


  1. Okay, that one was just flat out catchy. :) And some great advice too.

    I love this more than Apartment Ben loves having no attention span.

  2. You know what they call people from Oklahoma? Oklahoma-sexuals! Ba dum tish!

  3. Your keytar is sounds so fucking metal.