Monday, February 05, 2007

Tuesday Tidbits

A while back I posted (here) about Kris Delmhorst's interview on NPR where she discussed her CD Strange Conversations. Delmhorst used poems by Byron, Whitman, Millay and others as inspiration for her songs. Carla Bruni also uses the lyrics of poems by Yeats, Auden, Dickinson, and others on her new CD No Promises. This New York Sun article gives No Promises a glowing review.

I'm almost out of birdseed. My popularity will quickly diminish if I fail to provide sunflower seeds.

Here is a fun site to waste some time on.

I've finally begun working on a small project. It isn't working out very well, but is giving me some ideas. I'll take anything at this point! I worked on some handwork last night and enjoyed my Monday night television: Heroes and Studio 60.


  1. ...but is giving me some ideas. I'll take anything at this point!

    I'm with ya sister, I'm right there with ya!

  2. Hey slow and steady wins the race, right? I heard that somewhere ...

  3. I really like the Monday night lineup too - we watch Prison Break and tape The Class. Then we watch Heroes. When it is over, we watch The Class without any commercial interruption. It works great until we have to babysit a child who isn't allowed to watch those "Viewer Discretion Advised" shows.

  4. Rian - :) We are sure to have a breakthrough soon!

    ACey - Who cares about winning? I just want to finish!

    Shelina - Sounds as if you've got Mondays ironed out! Well, unless you've got to babysit...

  5. I have the idea for my next piece, just no time to work on it. It's always something . . .


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