Last week’s Peace Prize explained. Now can we just get behind him and quit acting like petulant children ?
I can’t believe it’s been more than a week since Shari’s house concert. She ended up staying about four days, and is one of the easiest house guests I’ve ever had.
On Monday, Shari made art on the porch.
That evening, Kate made us a lovely picnic and we went to dog beach. We liked it so much Kate and I have been doing it every night since.
Some people arrived early.
We intentionally didn’t take lots of pictures, but a portion of “Seamstress” was video’ed.
I’ve been wanting to start producing little house concerts anyway, and I recently met the first artist I’ll be hosting: Shari Elf. She’s a singer-songwriter and artist and she’ll be bringing both her art and her music to Santa Cruz on Tuesday, July 14. Click the tab above to see more details.
This was an early one:
Now that we have YouTube, there are loads more out there. But there is one that trumphs them all in its details, its depth, its technical achievement, its razor-thin separation from reality.
Last summer, “The Website is Down” made us nearly pee our pants. I found new jokes in it every time I watched it, and learned weeks later that there are gamers jokes embedded in it that had to be explained to me.
I was going through old email tonight, writing something for work, and saw a reference to The Website Is Down. Oh, this will be a nice diversion, I thought–and found they’ve made two more episodes of Absolute Genius.