DKM Photo by Ms. Jen, Punk Rock Bowling 2003
Ok, maybe “Amazing Grace“, “Hey Jude“, “Manzanar“, and Handel’s “Messiah Chorus” are better… but after four years of repeated listening, the Dropkick Murphy’s “The Gauntlet” is my fifth favorite song of all time. It even beats out two songs I have been singing consistently for over thirty years: “If you are Happy and You Know It” and the Oscar Meyer Wiener song.
The drum intro to the Dropkick Murphy’s “The Gauntlet” is amazing and makes me happy even when all else fails and my world is falling apart. The lyrics are an inspirational anthem to fight back. And… Al Barr’s growl kicks serious Bootay.
Forget dumb ole’ fire fightin’ bad eyebrowed McColgan… Let’s talk Barr…
I heart the Murphys… Thankfully, they are putting out another CD in June.
Photo Friday : Plastic
Fri 04.15.05 – Beveled plastic to go container.
Since lots of folk seem to be blogging about this…
I tried to make my favorite tree dead center of this map.
Even more Google Satellite Maps Entertainment: Type in a specific addres and it will show you the satellite photo and a pop up text box… I guess I know what map I am linking to for my next party invite.
Mon 04.11.05 – Megan Norris’ Senior Art Exhibit was a wonderful installation of aviation maps that were crafted into paper airplanes hanging from the gallery’s ceiling or maps that Megan had embroidered aviation imagery onto with colored thread.
Mon 04.11.05 – My current student, Bethany Williams, exhibited large whimsical paintings on the walls of Biola’s Art Gallery and a trampoline in the middle.
Mon 04.11.05 – Emily jumps.
Sat 04.09.05 – Calif. Poppies amongst the wildflowers at the Reserve.
Sat 04.09.05 – Red-violet Owl Clover standing up in the daisies and pygmy lupine.