The crew 4/14/20
New babies 4/14/20
The big elm 4/12/20
Easter Morning mist 4/12/20
↬ Petite Overture A Danser 4/11/20
A remarkable, delicate piano piece written by Erik Satie in 1897.
A nice plant 4/10/20
Cute guy 4/10/20
Spring Pokes Through 4/10/20
↬ I think Sweden is in big trouble 4/9/20
Looking at the spike in Sweden’s death rate, it looks to me like their strategy of trying to let the virus run its course and have the nation develop herd immunity is going to be a disaster.
He waits in darkness 4/8/20
↬ The Stravinsky of Toilet Paper 4/8/20
This episode of Roderick On the Line killed me.
//BNJMN (4/7/20): Writable should be spelled writeable, I’m sorry. Writ is it’s own word and it should be able to be abled, without write hogging the zone.
Morton’s Tail 4/5/20
//BNJMN (4/5/20): I ended up watching ‘Tiger King’, the Netflix documentary, and all I can describe it as is a Russian nesting doll of crazy. It’s like a story written by a 12 year old boy—all rising action, twist after twist—except it’s based on real footage. Really strange, interesting show.
Mossy logs 4/5/20
Barn pic 4/4/20
↬ We're not the Jetset 4/2/20
John Prine. A delightful little country song.
Ashi loves me! 3/30/20
Sickle Moon 3/30/20
Forrest ceiling 3/30/20
The Gravel Road 3/28/20
Tornado warnings 3/28/20
↬ Lucky Sometimes 3/27/20
A peaceful, sweet Pokey LaFarge song that I’m listening to on repeat.
↬ Mission to Zyxx 3/26/20
I’ve been listening to this show that’s a semi-improvised space epic.
So handsome! 3/26/20
The Lake 3/26/20
Getting out of the House 3/22/20
//BNJMN (3/11/20): Covid19 is coming. I feel somewhat safe in my isolated, monastic existence, but it’s starting to feel like a real thing. Grandma Friedrich’s nursing home is totally locked down right now, which is good. She just came through a fight with pneumonia, and the Corona Virus would be very scary for her.