I have walked a long, hard road, But at last I lay down my burden. I can breathe without effort. I can walk without pain. I can stand straight and tall And see clear to the horizon. I can read without my glasses And sit comfortably on the ground, Feeling the wind in my hair… Continue reading Loretta
Roger comes up with the concepts — he’s the preacher of the group and spends more time home writing with Pink Floyd in mind.
Kings Mountain, NC. Got home tonight about 22:00. Hugged and kissed, and immediately got to work setting up the new computer that we bought for Mama. We bought her a Dell with lots of memory and lots of storage space, and a Pentium IV chip. We’re hoping that having this good of a computer will… Continue reading Mama's Computer
The following was something I wrote in response to an article I read in Rolling Stone magazine about Roger Waters’ In The Flesh CD. It includes the original review, as well as my response, and is followed by some reviews I later pulled from the Rolling Stone web site.
Ma Colleen is dead. Mama called today and told me that she died yesterday morning. I called Rick after I spoke to her. Naturally, he was pretty upset. I’m fine now, but was in an odd way earlier today. Was a little surprised to find myself that upset, because I haven’t been very close to… Continue reading R.I.P. Ma Colleen
Thought I would mention before bed that the Supreme Court has essentially declared George W. Bush to be President, by barring the recounts. I can only hope that the Court and the Republicans pay a heavy political price for the things they have done. God help us all. We have a frat boy for President.
Okay. Roger Waters was amazing. I was concerned at first that there was going to be very few people there, and the crowd was pretty sparse when the show started at 20:00. But as the sun went down, it was pretty apparent that there were a lot more people there than I had thought. While… Continue reading Roger Waters In Charlotte, NC – June 7, 2000
(Notes on a dream) Family: Father, Mother, Child, two female helpers Something extraordinary has happened to them, though I suspect the mother and child have benefited from the father’s transformation. In short, they have all become god-like. All are struggling with it. The man tells a friends; “how can I return to the valley, when… Continue reading Notes On A Dream – God-Like People
Sitting at The Christmas Shop & Island Art Gallery in Manteo, North Carolina. If I’m going to get back into the habit of occasionally writing these little missives to myself, this is as good of a place as any to start. While I don’t intend to go into details about every place we deliver to,… Continue reading The Christmas Shop & Island Art Gallery in Manteo, North Carolina