He answers. He is hilarious, and we tell stories and I remember all over again how much I love him. When we get off the phone I think of things I forgot to tell him. That's when I tell myself that there will be a next time, and I look forward to it.
So I got an email with a song by David Duchovny called Let it Rain. And I couldn't help but go straight to this from that. It's been so long. This is me sending a thank you for the email and the memory of a song which meant so much to me at one point in my...
Today I am grateful for a song, for people, for a good rain and a good nap. For how a place to practice seems a perfect fit on the tailgate of a truck. For how all of a sudden or maybe gradually your now already feels like a sweet memory.
"Isn't our life one attempt to fill a void after another? I don't know if I'm succeeding or not but I'm trying hard. Who knows where this stuff originates and where it ends. I don't know. There's a lifetime to work out here." Dan Barber Today I am grateful ...
Does gratitude make someone look like a snob? I got this quote in an email today. I have not read the book, but I think I would like it. "Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our ligh...
My love is too thin. You can't love this many people at once and tend to all that love. So you have to select and know that everyone else is getting what they need. (or at least that's what you tell yourself so you can give as much love as you can to as man...
Bright Idea, Oil on Copper Erin Hardin Meridian Museum of Art It's not enough to have a bright idea. There must be some follow through. 1. Send two photos to the newspaper for her. 2. Put photos on a flash drive for her. 3. Write story about her. Publi...
I say, "The last time I saw your Daddy he was smaller than you." And she's not astounded by that. And I ask him, "How are you?" And he asks, "What?" And I ask again, "How are you?" "I thought you were asking me how old I am." No because that's okay because ...
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