“…together, country-western on the radio.” Johnny Cash. Tammy Wynette. Dolly Parton. Loretta Lynn. Lynn Anderson. Hank Williams. Glen Campbell. Johnny Cash. Johnny Cash. Has Johnny Cash been mentioned? Johnny Cash. These are the country-western singers you grew up with, the ones who were on the radio in the station wagon as you and your family … Continue reading Stand before a bookcase, close your eyes, pick a book, open it up, jab your finger down on the page, and use that sentence as your opening
Here’s a beautiful post: I was thinking about you. . . Continue reading "I Was Thinking About You"
If you could take something with you when you leave this world, what would you take? That’s the question that has been asked of you, and the obvious things aren’t allowed: those whom you love. You put a colon in that sentence above because you thought you’d be making a list of all the obvious … Continue reading What would you take with you, if you could?
That photo over there is a photo of the steps that lead up to her house. There are six steps, wide and shallow, covering a vertical distance of approximately four feet from bottom to top. That’s what she remembers, anyway. There might be five steps, or seven. Who can tell, under all that snow? She … Continue reading The Archaeology of Snow