Calling All Angels

Just spent a couple weeks at home, immensely enjoying the mundane. Tomorrow I get to do the dishes and the floors. Wow.

I bet you think I’m being sarcastic. But the road life, while inspiring, does not nourish, and it makes the ordinary very special sometimes.

Recovered now from the Jeff City and Columbia trips, just in time to go to Memphis this weekend to do a Q&A at the Memphis opening, then spend the next day at the National Civil Rights Museum. If you haven’t gone, you’ve missed a very big deal. I’ve been twice, and every time it’s gripping. Going to do a little research while I’m there.

Hey! While you’re waiting for the soundtrack, go to Youtube and call up the Jane Siberry/k.d.lang tribute to Michael Jackson, with Jane’s song, “Calling All Angels.” It’s breathtaking.

Such a sad, gifted spirit.

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Story teller, retired journalist, author, folksinger, folklorist, gardener.
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One Response to Calling All Angels

  1. Mary Lou Price says:

    Marideth, I saw WB recently & want to congratulate you on a wonderful performance & the movie’s success. I said, “Yep, the ol’ gal is having herself another great adventure!” I have begun to compile stories passed to me from my Ozarks family & sometime, would love to pick your brain about what to do with them. I read you have your farm for sale; would love to chat about your plans & about what’s new in our gardens! Take care, my friend and I will look forward to hearing from you when you catch your breath!

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