Monthly Archives: July 2009

How the Day Sounds

Today in Nashville is perfect – 76 degrees, sunny, breezy – I’ve spent the day with my coffee and my laptop on my porch, enjoying breathing in air that feels more like fall than mid July.  Days like this are precious, and I’m too often un-appreciative of their ability to recharge something in my spirit…

And my all knowing iTunes picked out a song:  How the Day Sounds by Greg Laswell….

Thank you for opening the window
The sky is clear as my mind is now
I was a long, long way off

Join me in welcoming the sun in
It’s much brighter than the night I hid in
I was a long, long way off

And I think I like how the day sounds
Like how the day sounds through this new song

Sort of a cheesy video….but I like how the day sounds… won’t you sing along?


John Reuben – Town Folk

Now on iTunes…new John Reuben “Town Folk” video…hee hee.

2 Kings 2:23-24 – Kids make fun of Elisha’s bald head. Bears maul kids.

Muse – Endlessly

Today I was going some writing, which has been my therapy of choice lately. Hopefully it can eventually be my profession of choice! I digress, the magic iTunes shuffle came up with this song, which has nothing to do with what I was writing. But it made me want to keep writing, and change the course of the story…so, I thought I would share it with you. Muse. Endlessly. Live at Wembley. A lovely song for a Sunday.

Why Slaves Don’t Leave

One of our Faceless team just posted a great blog on Why Slaves Don’t Leave. It’s really good….