The March song is a little behind schedule, so I decided to make a video of an acoustic performance for last month's song, Galveston.
I do have an ulterior motive for revisiting Galveston because it pairs well with the release of a Limited Edition Galveston Coffee Mug! That's right, now you can sip your morning coffee from a cup that not only looks beautiful but also supports your favorite half-assed singer/songwriter. The mug will only be available during March 2021, so get it while you can.
Visit the STORE to place your order.
Now that the business is out of the way, let's talk about something else. Can I really call something an "ulterior motive" if I've revealed the unknown aspect? Isn't the whole point of the word to address a hidden agenda? I know that "alterior" is a common misspelling, but maybe it actually would make sense in this case because I'm not revealing some hidden motive, but rather an alternate motive. Discuss amongst yourselves in the comments below.
And, if you're wondering, the answer is yes. I did ignorantly type "alterior" first and got caught by autocorrect. So in this case, I am simultaneously humble enough to admit my mistakes and yet so full of pride that I think my mistakes should actually be considered correct.