When we called ”Alli Alli Home Free” as children, it meant we were safe. No one could touch us or make us be out of the game. This song is the story of a young couple who have stepped in it…
The Teacher Learns Love is about a thirty-something widow who comes to the Navajo Reservation to teach. It is a contemporary romance and one full of relevant issues applicable to many locals, such as clean water issues and joblessness. It is not only boy meets girl, though it is that!.
It’s a children’s game, drawing circles, but it gives us an undeniable sense of completion when the two pencil marks join. We talk about tying up loose ends, wrapping something up, and having a beginning, middle, and end. What a tidy way to describe our life experiences.
Why should anyone bother about learning art without having a bunch of decades to develop mastery?
Today was a turning point. Have you ever gone back and started learning the stuff you’ve been faking or avoiding for years?
Do you believe the past is past and done for? Or are pieces of your past like mementos you pull out of a box and re-examine? For years I quoted “Mudcat” of the Boston Islanders. “Don’t call nothin’ up you can’t send back.” This year I’ve called up. . .