laid to rest. My plan was to go for breakfast and head down to my workshop today. I'm gotten just a little surly...its been a week and I left my place a mess because I was in a flow thinking I was going to return the next day.
I did make it for breakfast and a short stop to Border's to pick up Poets & Writers(looking forward to reading Morrison's new novel, A Mercy) andArts Across Kentucky but came home instead of going to my workshop. So I'm back to chilling out by catching up on some of my favorite blogs to follow:
Tror Na Foe, David Grant's blog about finding his roots through DNA matching. It reads so beautifully.
Have you seen The Secret Life of Bees? I read the book years ago and went to see the movie 2 weeks ago...just beautiful!!! Over at Sankofa Doll JournalI discovered there will be special edition Black Madonna Honey coming out. I hope this area gets them...I would love to have one.
If you are looking for a gift of encouragement for a Black male youth on your list, consider this.
I'm excited about an upcoming workshop to enhance my writing on cloth. Check out Laurie Doctor.
In web searching for the info I wrote about in the previous post. I discovered that Dee and Davis have a son who is a bluesman. I love discovering new to me blues and jazz singers/musicians. Guy Davisis his name. I'm going to write a hand written letter to him via the address listed for his agent with the hopes he'll be able to help me find the archived radio show his parents did. And a shout out of thanks to Fulviaand Raynafor attempting to help me out.
Ron, my brother, has made some of his digital art pieces available for cards and prints via Red Bubble (similiar to Cafe Press).
And I have always loved the big colorful parrots, the talking birds (a friends grandfather had one that would ask for popcorn and then cuss you out real good if you said you didn't have any, it was wild and my first and last time of actually being around those type of birds), and these birds.
Okay, dokey, yall stay cool. Peace.