Expanding my music library

Today I managed to spend $13. That doesn’t sound like much, but with that $13 I was able to come home with quite a few new pieces of music for my growing music library.

For $3 I bought three records from an antique store that were in great condition. One was a Frank Sinatra record, one was a Dean Martin record, and the final one was Elvis Presley’s famous Christmas album. $1 vinyl is a steal, especially for albums as good as those.

I thought that my spending was done for the day, but I was greatly mistaken. I had to go to the mall for an appointment with my optometrist to check on my eye infection (which has gotten better, but it is still not cured) but I ended up spending a few minutes talking with an old friend and I bought Marilyn Manson’s new album, The Pale Emperor, at Target. I was considering purchasing Godsmack’s newest album as well but decided against it.

As I write this I am blasting Manson and I am greatly impressed. It is definitely his best album in many many years.

Author: Chase Charaba

Hello there! I'm Chase, an ambitious, aspiring young novelist and YouTuber who hopes to get a novel published one day. I'm also trying to produce the highest quality YouTube videos by constantly learning new ways to film and edit. I've been involved in journalism for 5 years, including 1 year as co-editor of a national award-winning high school newsmagazine and 1 year as the co-editor of an award-winning college newspaper. I write mainly epic/high fantasy, but I also mess around with science fiction, horror, and realistic fiction.

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