Monthly Archives: February 2010

A Perfect World

In a perfect world, a grocery store would carry replacement blades for every razor it sells. Today I discovered the name of that utopian supermarket would not be Harris Teeter. That is unless, in a perfect world, it would be infinitely more important to have a bitchin beer selection than a full line of razor […]

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Chicken Soup

The only thing good about being under the weather is homemade chicken soup. I can’t smell it or taste it, but I know it’s good.

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Snowy Day

Another snowy day. I don’t remember a winter in Nashville with as many days of snow and biting cold. Of course, there was The Ice Storm of 1994. But that just lasted a week. Though I admit it seemed longer without electricity.

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The Art of a Friend

Yesterday I went to an exhibition of my friend Toni Swarthout’s paintings. I can only describe Toni’s art as passionate and impactful. She reaches for the abstract emotions hidden deep within the heart and subconscious mind and draws them out into the light of the more tangible world as color and texture on canvas. Her […]

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Morning

From a late night to an early morning Another long day ahead My eyes barely open, I’m already tired Though I just crawled out of bed

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Sounds Like Home

Today I received a message on Facebook from a former high school classmate of mine whom I haven’t seen or heard from in many years. He told me a story which I was very happy to read. My friend wrote; Hi Wayland, I feel I must tell you a story. In about 1987, I visited […]

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Handmade Tortillas, Cold Margaritas

There were colored lights hanging from the ceiling. Pictures of cute dogs and Elvis framed and hung on the walls. Hot handmade tortillias, cold margaritas, and if I closed my eyes I could almost believe I was back home in Texas. Ah, Chuy’s. So glad you came to Nashville! http://www.chuys.com/

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