Month: December 2014

  • Work Done

    I woke up early for a work session with my dear friend, Tilman. We were replacing the seats in my 1998 Dodge Ram. Strange encounters of the previous day made for an internal renovation more nuanced than removing a pair of seats, and a chill lingered in me. The sky was steely. White light fell […]

  • Cinema Night – Dec. 17

    One snowy evening will find a good many warmly bunched and chilled out. Expect vibrancy and bombast, not without deep still waters like the audience enjoying the screen’s glow. The theme is ‘love…deep love.’  Rated PG 13 Arrive from 18:00 – 19:00 for popcorn (and drinks til 19:15) The film launches as 19:15 Perhaps you […]

  • Strength and Vulnerability

    Strolling in the Shadows of M. Night Shyamalan’s Unbreakable In every dark corner of Unbreakable, the words of Elijah Price linger: ‘it’s okay to be afraid. Because this part won’t be like a comic book. Real life doesn’t fit into little boxes that were drawn for it.’ The film delivers supernatural might to a backdrop […]

  • The Wild Flower’s Song by William Blake

    The Wild Flower’s Song by William Blake As I wandered the forest, The green leaves among, I heard a Wild Flower Singing a song. “I slept in the earth In the silent night, I murmured my fears And I felt delight. “In the morning I went As rosy as morn, To seek for new joy; […]