Just down the Inventor's street, there was a small bakery that did not receive much patronage from the surrounding neighborhood.
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Sometimes friendships are forged under the most unlikely circumstances. The Bear, however, quite liked to think that his friendship with the Inventor was not in the least bit unlikely - if anything, it was a certainty from time immemorial.
Tuesday, December 6, 2011
Saturday, December 3, 2011
Once, there were two men who were the best of friends. They were inseparable, always at one another's side, which was quite a miracle (given the differences between their personalities) and yet entirely to be expected (given the perfect complementarity of those differences).
Thursday, November 17, 2011
Sometimes I have thoughts that I should really write down. Sometimes writing them down helps them expand. Sometimes they keep expanding in real-time as I write them down. Seems I should start a blog, in the unlikely event that there should be some merit in others reading my thoughts. I'm usually not very good at keeping regularity with this sort of thing, so to anyone who might care to read, consider yourself informed of my attention deficit disorder.
Also, I am Catholic. Specifically, I am a member of the Latin Rite of the Roman Catholic Church. My blogs will reflect that. Anti-Catholic diatribe in the comments will either be soundly refuted by logic and Scripture, or deleted outright if it's profane - as will all other instances of profanity.
Oh, and the previous few blog posts here were just something I did when I came out with my album Awakening. In the unlikely event you have heard my music (or even - gasp! - have the album), you might find it edifying or interesting to see the story behind those songs. That's what those posts are. In any case, the fact that I wrote a quick spurt of posts a year and a half ago and haven't posted anything since is a standing testament to the aforementioned ADD.
In the immortal words of the prophet Forrest Gump: "That's all I have to say about that." But now, on to less pressing matters: