The day was spent disassembling and cleaning the shower area: pulling off the doors and frame, scrubbing down the walls, cleaning off all the lime build-up on everything, and spending a great deal of time cleaning silicone caulking off all metal and tile, a mind numbing process. The hydrochloric acid vapors off the cleaning solution did a number on my nose if I picked up a whiff. Happy Birthday! My mistake was being born on the same day as my daughters boyfriend and another friend of hers, postponing any celebration until the following night.
A promise of paradise
If you can afford it
Late afternoon sun grows dim
A house with all its secrets
Silent screams inside
Truck careens forward
The scrub oak branches scratching
Knows where he's going
In Nirvana, The Chosen Rejects it is written:
The tour continued throughout the Northwest, stopping in Seattle Center Arena on January 7. That night Nirvana played "Smells Like Teen Spirit" in Seattle for the first time in two years. This was the first of two consecutive sold-out shows at the Center, and the band celebrated its homecoming with the announcement that Pat Smear and Lori Goldston (whose services were on loan from Seattle's Black Cat Orchestra) were now official members of the band.
During this show Kurt plays with the audience: "Oh. Big party back stage. I drank three Pepsi's in a row. Smoked a pack of bear-ass Camels. Somebody was passing around diet pills."
Kurt shouts out "Happy birthday King"