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Thursday, January 17, 2008

Sing Me Back Home

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...

andrew

4 comments:

Christie said...

I'm glad you made it back safe and sound! If it means anything, I love how your different from every other guy I've met...it's why I fell in love with you.

Pam said...

I'm glad you're back, too. Emily said Bob was in Dallas this week, too. Now, I'm intrigued by "Blue Like Jazz".

Pam said...

Andy, I ordered "Blue Like Jazz" last night and I'm looking forward to reading it based on your recommendation.

Mary said...

You are your fathers son!

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