Monthly Archives: October 2016

Triple Bill for the Weekend

Whiling away the weekend, I thought maybe I’d share a threesome of recent pleasures for your weekend entertainment: some music, a movie, and a book that have recently tickled my fancy. Blue Mountain The Grateful Dead’s perennial kid, Bob Weir,  has aged … Continue reading

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Field Report from the Doodle Playground

It’s been just over a month since I hosted a Creative Mornings Austin Field Trip called “I CAN”T DRAW!” — a doodle playground. Since I gave you a bit of a preview, a post-playground review seems past due. Everything went wrong. First, … Continue reading

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San Angelo Housing circa 1918

G.M.C. Massey, my grandfather and our guest blogger again today, writes of the housing situation encountered when he moved his family to the West Texas town where he would live until his death years later: San Angelo. When we moved … Continue reading

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Back Porch on the Road

You haven’t heard much from the back porch this past week since we’ve been traveling. We are on our way back from Colorado now, so the back porch posts will return soon. Meanwhile, enjoy our view from the road…

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