Monthly Archives: June 2019

Seasons & Cycles, Routines & Rhythms

Nothing like a break in the sequence to call the attention to these things. My blogging has gone from sporadic to stop-and-start to mostly stopped. As a chosen outlet for me, it’s quite all right that I have slowed down … Continue reading

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Granddad’s Choice

My grandfather, G. M. C. Massey, was born in 1880 and grew up the eldest son a farmer in rural east Texas. As a young man coming of age, then, he faced the decision of how best to make a … Continue reading

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This Blog Left Intentionally Blank

or: It’s my back porch & I’ll blog if I want to! Once upon a blog post circa 2015…Déjà vu all over again — I’ll be back when I have something more to share. Enjoy!

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Leave Your Body Behind

RIP Roky Erickson — in the week since his death, there have been articles and tributes aplenty to the pioneer of psychedelic music who came screaming out of Texas in the 60s with the 13th Floor Elevators. If that was … Continue reading

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