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Roads to Liberation

“Life is one big road with lots of signs. So when you riding through the ruts, don’t complicate your mind. Flee from hate, mischief, and jealousy. 641 more words

A Richly Colored Tour - London In The 1920s

This one is for those who think of all silent films as being shot in Black and White. This particular film was actually shot by noted early cinematographer Claude Friese-Greene using a process initially developed by his father William, who is often credited as also being the father of cinematography. 294 more words


Musings on Poetry Part Two: General Adult Poetry Books and Specific Poets

Yesterday, we began the exciting discovery and journey into the world of Children’s Poetry, the forerunner of a continued love of poetry into the world of adult verse. 2,502 more words


The Open Road

“The Open Road,” written and recorded by John Hiatt in 2010. John Hiatt (acoustic and electric guitar, vocals), Doug Lancio (electric guitar), Patrick O’Hearn (bass),  51 more words


The Open Road

How I long to be self-sufficient and free – an explorer in uncharted territory, a cowboy on the open range, a vagabond with nowhere in particular to go – traveling without schedules, reservations, or connections, having responsibilities to no one but myself and my companion.  70 more words


Life's a Trip - When Work is Play

This is the 4th in the Life’s a Trip series.

The American Dream isn’t always what it’s cracked up to be.  A house with a two-car garage and a nice yard in the suburbs is not what everybody wants.   926 more words