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Rapturously Absorbed in Thought on a Sunday Morning

Sold my first reproduction of this seashell and algae watercolor!

Contrasting the man of true religion with those who, with jealous privacy, would fain carry on a secret commerce with the gods, he says:– 476 more words

Henry David Thoreau

July 28, 2015

This was playing in the drugstore today.

Back when I was learning to play guitar, “House at Pooh Corner” was one of the first songs I learned. 93 more words

Rock

There's a Ton of the Twist but We're Fresh Out of Shout

For more than a year, some of my friends and I have been sharing music. We’re supposed to review/rate what gets shared with us, and share those reviews with the group, but that doesn’t always happen. 1,280 more words

Music Which Inspires Me

Fingerpickin' Good | Leo Kottke is still enamored with the guitar after all these years

“I knew if I stopped that, it’d never start again,” Kottke says. “And it was an easy decision to make, because I can’t do anything else.”

Charleston City Paper | April 29, 2015

Charleston City Paper

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“A guitar sounds good even if you drop it on the floor. A beginner can find music in the guitar that has escaped the virtuoso. It’s a magical instrument, constrained by a short range and a peculiar tuning, that produces music beyond the limits of its own nature.” 217 more words

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While researching the “foodie” industry I came to a profound conclusion. I am never making my own pasta and will not be investing in wildly expensive Italian chrome kitchen machinery. 303 more words

Memoir

A Sense of Place, West- the mix for 2-27-15

This mix is the fourth and final in a cross genre series all based on the same theme.

To avoid some confusion, no, the direction in the title is nothing more than a marker of difference. 209 more words

Cory Funk