He’ll surprise you with a book he’s read or a difficult song he’s figured out on his beloved Martin guitar.
In the late-Nineteen Eighties I was an aging kid working a colorful but caustic job on the seedy side of town. Specifically, I was a graphic artist in a busy studio that supplied signs for most of the independently owned grocery store chains in the Philadelphia region. We’d hand paint Flank Steak 99¢ / LB. … Continue reading AN ANALOG STORY
…so dawn goes down to day, nothing gold can stay.
Welcome guests, family and friends, to Rusted Earth Farm for this momentous occasion! It is wonderful that so many were able to be here. The bride and groom would like to thank you for your presence and your support and they would like each of you to know that you were invited here today because … Continue reading Jess & Kyle Get Married
"If it wasn't strange it wouldn't be death." – Todd Palmer Recent news of the death of another college classmate caused me to think about mortality in a tangible way. It's a hobby I usually save for 2:00am after hours of wrestling with Haruki Murakami. Death has always interested me. How can it not? It's … Continue reading People Who Died