Music is a big part of our family. I think one of the first conversations Tim and I had was about music, leaning against the host station waiting for the first table of the day at Calhoun’s. So around three years ago when we first started talking about opening Pale Fire, the conversation naturally drifted to what kind of music we would be playing. Right away, Tim wanted something that could be a collaborative effort with our community.
01.19.14 – 19/365 – why do you stand at the window abandoned to beauty and pride
“Oh darling of angels, demons and saints and the whole broken-hearted host. Gentle this soul”
Leonard Cohen – The Window
I’m noticing a reoccurring theme in that the books I’m drawn to seem to begin with maps. This read is Wildwood by Colin Meloy w illustrations by his partner Carson Ellis.
Also I love the playlist for the series they share: Wildwood Videos and Extras | Wildwood
Feeling pretty cozy curled up with a blankie and throat coat tea, listening to the pouring rain outside. I’m admiring our Christmas tree, which is oddly top heavy, having relocated our ornaments higher up out of the toddler zone. I had an overwhelming desire to listen to bad radio Christmas music, but I live with a bit of a Scrooge. And I can’t really blame him either, it’s the same stuff over and over and over. But today I hit upon a crucial win for the whole family to enjoy: