As bad as 2020 has been in many ways it's also had some small, fleeting bright spots that apparently hide in plain sight. Patience rewards the seeker of joy from an angst-ridden, pandemic-induced lethargy/panic/depression/<affliction>. A tremendous amount of work has been put into making the back yard a pleasant place to be. Things that were … Continue reading 2020 Mid-Year Bright Spots
Today is the two week mark for working remotely from home. For my wife, it’s a little over one week. What I know now that I didn’t know when I started this endeavor is that separating work life from home life was going to not just be difficult, it was going to become blurred to … Continue reading Tele-commuting: Lessons Learned So Far
open.spotify.com/track/2stcQY2OjzSIdk3I9Y1sCW "I'm so glad I came but I can't wait to leave." I can't count the number of times I've felt this way... I love St. Vincent!
Please help me! When I initially read the quote below I thought it sounded like Marcus was saying we are not responsible for our own actions. "The gods are not to blame. They do nothing wrong, on purpose or by accident. Nor men either; they don’t do it on purpose. No one is to blame." … Continue reading No one is to blame.
Segall is based in Laguna Beach, CA and has participated in a number of bands in his young life (b. 1987). He’s a prolific musician with many studio albums to his name. Freedom’s Goblin is his ninth studio album and is an interesting blend of influences. I hear strong connections to the late 60’s psychedelia … Continue reading Album: Freedom’s Goblin, by Ty Segall