Moondog

It’s often said that change is a constant. From the handing off of the suits, shirts and ties that were part of my identity for so many years as a public servant, to serving as a resource to a group that is overseeing a major organizational transition, to the upcoming ending of a group thatContinue reading “Moondog”

Alone Again (Naturally)

On Fridays, I usually post an upbeat song to ring in the weekend. While driving to an appointment with my sweety earlier this week, the poignant Gilbert O’Sullivan song “Alone Again (Naturally)” played on SiriusXM radio’s The Bridge stream. I don’t know if we’ve ever heard it together before, but the other day I wasContinue reading “Alone Again (Naturally)”

Spiegel im Spiegel

This summer, while I wasn’t blogging, I acted on the advice one of my brothers gave when I told him about my planned break. He suggested I take notes of things and music that resonated with me. He and I share a love for the idea of those happenings in life considered “chance,” which weContinue reading “Spiegel im Spiegel”

Crystalline Pools

A couple of months ago, I posted some music that had been shared with me, by Michigan, USA-based Seth Bernard. (Please see my post on “Sandman’s Dust” for more on him and his work and art.) This week, Bernard released a new single and music video, “Crystalline Pools.” On the Bandcamp page for the song,Continue reading “Crystalline Pools”

On My Way Back Home

(Warning: lyrics contain a cuss word.) Today’s song, by the American indie rock group, Band of Horses, is on my biggest iTunes playlist, Bday Party playlist. I set it up many years ago to play during parties, and it’s my go-to when I want a somewhat random set of music on shuffle at home orContinue reading “On My Way Back Home”