Checked out the Songs We Loved list, and oh my goodness! Until now I had completely blanked out the hours I spent at the piano belting out “The Rose” with all of the pathos in my teenage heart. My poor family.
Gypsy Martin commented on the post, Album Review: Jess Ray's <em>Parallels + Meridians</em> 6 months ago
And her voice! The only thing I can compare it to is when I was wheeled into an operating room, scared and cold in my hospital gown. Then a nurse heaped warm blankets on top of me. Her voice is like that feeling.
That might be the most eclectic playlist I’ve ever listened to. It made for a very memorable tree-trimming experience! Thanks for putting that together, even though it’s going to take a while for me to recover from “Ravens.” My addition to the list would be “There’s A Light” sung by Emmylou Harris.
“Gambol” has been one of my favorite words since my grandpa made me memorize the poem “Strictly Germ-proof” when I was in grade school. The opening stanza is the pertinent one:
The Antiseptic Baby and the Prophylactic Pup
Were playing in the garden when the Bunny gamboled up;
They looked upon the Creature with a loathing undisguised;—
It w…[Read more]
Teresa, it’s an adult-level course, but a motivated high-schooler would benefit from it as well, I think. Hopefully Jonathan will correct me if that’s wrong. 🙂 I absolutely loved the course when I took it and endorse it 100%.
Gypsy Martin commented on the post, Will The Circle Be Unbroken: An Interview with Buddy Greene 1 year ago
What a great interview, Drew–I loved learning about Buddy Greene. Doc Watson is a favorite of mine, and I really enjoyed Buddy’s rendition of his song. Looking forward to listening to the entire album.
Gypsy Martin commented on the post, Local Show Spotlight: An Interview With Taylor Leonhardt 1 year ago
I second everything @k-fisher said. 🙂
Gypsy Martin commented on the post, Introducing a Rabbit Room Comic Strip: Rabbit Trails 1 year ago
Love it! This is a very auspicious beginning!
(And count me in on the fond memories of Sunday morning comics, even if the fights over who got to read them first weren’t exactly conducive to a proper Sunday state of mind or spirit.)
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