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October 3rd, 2002

Oct. 3rd, 2002

Last night was not a good night.

I don't want to talk about it but I wasn't very nice and I'm feeling guilty about it now.

I felt ways I haven't felt since I was 17.

Tandra was there for me though and that helped. She's so good to me.
Indiana

I remember the first time I drove through Indiana
Watching fences in the distance fade away
One there was a girl I knew there, and she was pretty
We kept in touch until we just went our own ways

I remember the first time I drove through Indiana
Waving goodbye to the towns that we drove through
Far away I know they're deep inside a city
Rushing back and forth wanting only to get home

Once I was there in a dream, meeting people
Without names and without faces they lived

I remember the first time I drove through Indiana
I remember the first time I drove through Indiana

I remember the first time I drove through Indiana
Watching semis hauling grain to the west
They're gonna make it all the way to Colorado
Where the mountains touch the sky and rivers bend

I remember the first time I drove through Indiana
Thinking to myself how big this land really is
Amber waves of grain from the highway
Who lives in that house, so far away?

I remember the first time I drove through Indiana
Watching fences in the distance fade away

I remember the first time I drove through Indiana
I remember the first time I drove through Indiana

I remember the first time I drove through Indiana
Tandra got her Pell Grant refund check today. We both get paychecks tomorrow. We might be able to pay most of our bills. And next paycheck we'll be able to get completely caught up. Tandra's going to take care of some really important legal stuff that will clear the way for our plans. This is good stuff. This is stuff I've been waiting for.