It's a lot to ask you to take 9 minutes out of your day. It's a lot to ask anyone to be aware. Sometimes choosing love and fellowship isn't easy. Sometimes thinking about the larger truth is scary. And sometimes, you watch a little video by David Foster Wallace and you can be reminded, you always have a choice.
And I'm pregnant and not sleeping and raising two kids and working in a busy library and taking photos.
So my mornings have been especially rough, as of late.
On my way into work today, this little gem came on WRES.
Game changer. I fell in love. Yep. In love with love.
My day grew big and bright and bubbly. I spoke with an old aquaintance and killer Boston DJ, Adam XII, who is on Radio BDC. He played it for me in the afternoon, with a great shout out, which always feels good to get, and which makes me sad to think that getting a DJ to play your song and then give you a shout out is not-so-slowly disappearing.
And so, enjoy. And listen to Adam on Boston.com.
And probably, this will be some overplayed hit in a few weeks, because that's what seems to happen whenever I love a song.
Some of those rascally neighborhood kids came round to stir up trouble. No, of course not. We landed in kid heaven when we moved here, and these kiddos came charging through the woods, and on big wheels to play. Just quick snaps. Sadly my 100 mm is on the fluke and I lost some good stuff of Bea.
Lastly, my puppy and a gratuitous ear shot. Must remember, she's just a puppy, who loves kids and being outside. She was getting a little too excited. We'll work on that. I couldn't love a pooch more.