The Burger King of my hometown has an in store playlist that hasn’t changed since my high school days. Really. And truly. It is an unique time capsule.
The Rhode Center for The Arts in Kenosha, WI hosts an author reading of local poets and writers (including myself) on May 23, 2015. For invitation to the event, please contact me for more details.
What better to embrace the weekend, than with Shostakovich, String Quartet #6 in G. The passacaglia is beautiful.
Amid the dry wall dust of demolition and uncut two-by-fours ready for framing, I calculated that I have lifted and carried more than a thousand pounds of building materials and debris. Not all at once, but one forty-pound load at a time. Poco a poco.
Listening to “It takes a lot of time to live in the moment” by Joseph Arthur while working on an illustration comp for a book cover.
Thanks to all who joined the Village Ink Creative Writers Guild at the open house tonight at the Graham Public Library!
Photos and summary to come later. I am exhausted, but I may have enough energy to finish one of the left over chocolate stout cupcakes.