Brian Vander Ark, “And Then They Fell”
Horrible video, but it was the best I could do to preserve this amazing song on my blog, but still avoid deletion.55 more words
By Jeff Lund | For the Capital City Weekly
Are you happy.
It’s a loaded question when asked, an accusatory statement when heard. Bill Bob asks his brother Gus the question part way through one of my favorite books, “The River Why.” Gus leased a cabin on a coastal river in Oregon and developed the Ideal Schedule in which he fishes 16 hours a day. 221 more words
This was a happy accident. These books were pretty much in this order on my desktop, so, inspired by a recent book spine photo I saw in The Mighty Social Network, I decided to “craft” my first book spine poem. 77 more words
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In his novel The River Why, David James Duncan tells the story of a fly-fisherman and offers an interesting take on this story from John.
It’s hard to believe that Luke and I leave for England in just a week and a half (!!). We spent much of this week ticking things off our to-do list: cleaning, finding apartment sitters, dusting the crazy thick layer of pollen that was coating every piece of furniture in our house, organizing our closets. 171 more words