Category: music

sugar mountain

Oh, to live on Sugar Mountain With the barkers and the colored balloons, You can’t be twenty on Sugar Mountain Though you’re thinking that you’re leaving there too soon, You’re leaving there too soon. It’s so noisy at the fair But all your friends are there And the candy floss you had And your mother and your dad. Oh, to… Read more →

listen up

Wikipedia: “For What It’s Worth” is a song written by Stephen Stills. It was performed by Buffalo Springfield, recorded on December 5, 1966, and released as a single in January 1967; it was later added to the re-release of their first album, Buffalo Springfield. The single peaked at number seven on the Billboard Hot 100 chart “Stop, children, what’s that… Read more →

weekend joy

Not it so fast, Blog.  I will not be missing the Chicago “Multiples” show after all.   They are going to showcase Dearest Stuff in a little shop section of the show, despite the fact that I am not able to be attend.   Check it out.   Saturday and Sunday at the Pulaski Fieldhouse.  Some new 4×4-inch pieces I’m… Read more →

an all-american blowout: nancy makes it happen

Thank you, Nancy, for auctioning off your family’s kick-ass collection of stuff!  Blog, I’ll give you a few hours to sort through all this before announcing the auction to others.  (I’m not really giving Blog a few extra hours to sort through all this before announcing the auction to others, because you, readers, are said others.  You’re welcome.) BUY SOMETHING… Read more →

happy birthday, blog

Happy Birthday, Blog.  Yes, I mean, it’s been a year, and you were born and we are together so it’s a happy, happy day.  A day for you, your 820 followers and 100,631 visitors.  A happy birthday. I looked far and I looked wide, Blog, for a card – anything, Blog, that could say for me what I couldn’t say… Read more →

rick

Rick Springfield is 64 today.  I wish I had been that girl of Jesse’s he wanted.  I’d-a called him all the time and he’d be like, Hey, you don’t have to call me, and I’d say, Well I want to, cause you wrote that song about me. Read more →

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