I'm not a crowd person. I can talk to just about anybody, but if you put me in a crowd, I'm a wallflower. I just got back from my little hoorah meeting in Dallas today & I'm incredibly happy to be home. The whole trip is like one big frat party. This trip puts me in an odd frame of mind. I realize that I don't fit in. I get along with everybody at these things & for the most part I try to be sociable but at the same time I realize that I don't belong there. I like the fact that I'm different from the crowd, but at the same time nobody likes to be an outsider. Oh well.
I do like flying, however. There's just something about hearing a harmonica solo through the headphones that takes you over the clouds.
I finally finished reading Blue Like Jazz on the plane ride home. I probably do this every time I finish a good book, but I think I may have found another favorite. It encapsulates many things I believe about Christianity & opens my eyes to new ideas & puts things in a new perspective. I want everyone in the world to read this book.
Five Favorite Songs of the Day
Sing Me Back Home-Merle Haggard
What Can I Do For You?-Bob Dylan, Fox Warfield 1979
The shows at the Fox Warfield in 1979 were the first concerts where Bob played Christian music. He is met with both boos & wild applause. They were some of the most impassioned concerts of his career.
Black-Pearl Jam, Live on Two Legs
It Must've Been the Roses-The Grateful Dead, Dick's Picks Vol 17
When He Returns-Bob Dylan, Massey Hall 1980
You Are My Face-Wilco, Sky Blue Sky
Happy Thursday, friends, it's good to be home...
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