Ginny

Ginny

Guys I am having the worst issues with my blogs server as it is consistently maxing out the server CPU, so they block my website. I am constantly being put in the virtual corner and it sucks. What is the use of a website if you cant have more than 2k visiting it everyday? It just doesn’t make sense. Can you share who your server is and how they deal with your blog load? The next option for me is a significant cost increase to like 80 dollars a month…. and that is insane.

OUTFIT: Long Sweater with Skirt by Zenith ~ Available at Collabor88 October 8 to November 6th
HAIR: Ginny by Wasabi Pills ~ Available at The Seasons Story July 10 to July 30
SKIN: Heidi Nordic by DeeTalez
HEAD: Kimberly by CATWA
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"Moon_Sha" Pumpkins Plant ~ Available at We Love Roleplay October 4 to October 30
[V/W] Autumnal Fence II ~ Available at We Love Roleplay October 4 to October 30
dust bunny . harvest . haybale
Chipmunks by JIAN ~ Available at The Seasons Story July 10 to July 30
Hayabusa Design – Nissa Sinensis OPTT M17-6 v1-1G
+Half-Deer+ Metal Leaf Vines ~ Available at Collabor88 October 8 to November 6th
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Build: Cherry house -Alice patio-Pavilion – the dance floor-RARE
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Table: Fancy Decor Silver & Marble Table
Flowers: Ariskea Poenies Gift Box (Group Gift)
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Books: Petite Maison Fashion Books
Computer: Dust Bunny. Bunny Computer
Champagne: Aria – Bridal Parlour- Pink Champagne
Sign: Ariskea Malibu Sign (Hidden Gift)
Barbie 1:12. Garbaggio // Fabulous Life 2
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Mannequin: Ariskea Angel Wing Mannequin RARE (Gacha)
Cherries: AF Cherry Voulevants
Cookie Pyramid: Kalopsia – Macaron Pyramid – Choco/Pistachio
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How To Use Male Psychology To Make Your Ex Boyfriend Fall Deeply In Love With You Again!

How To Use Male Psychology To Make Your Ex Boyfriend Fall Deeply In Love With You Again!

If you have been chasing your ex boyfriend since the breakup, you are using the wrong psychology. Men feel it is their place to do the chasing and you are just confirming his decision to breakup with you. Stop chasing him and learn how to use male psychology to make your ex boyfriend fall deeply in love with you again.

Men do not like to admit to making a mistake and trying to tell him he is wrong will make your ex more stubborn. Showing him you are needy and desperate is not making you very attractive either. If you take a step back and learn how his mind works, you will have a much better chance of getting your ex back.

Using male psychology to make him love you again is not hard to do. You just have to do the opposite of what your instincts are telling you. Your ex boyfriend is expecting you to think like a woman and express your emotions freely. But if you start thinking like a man, he will change his attitude in a hurry.

Men do not show their emotions so freely and to get back your ex boyfriend you will have to control your emotions. Stop trying to get him back and show him you are strong enough to accept the breakup and move on. Find things to interest you and spend more time with your family. You might have been neglecting them and their love and support will help you regain your confidence.

When he was first attracted to you, it wasn’t by just your physical charms. Your ex boyfriend was also aware of your personality. You were the type of happy and confident woman he wanted to share his life with. You probably ignored him at first and that made him desire you even more. When he started to chase, you played hard to get.

You were using male psychology at that time without being aware of it. Men love a challenge and a chase, and they will go after what they think they can’t have. Stop and think. If it worked then, it should work again. If you have not been having any contact with him for at least a month, your ex boyfriend is beginning to miss you.

When he becomes aware that you are making a life for yourself, he will think you don’t want him anymore. This will make your ex try to contact you, but ignore him and go on with your life. This will make him think he can’t have you anymore and the male psychology you have been using on him will make him fall deeply in love with you again.

H L Archer is well versed in the field of romantic relations having helped many people over the years to solve problems of dating, strained marital relations, divorce, dating after divorce and surviving after a relationship breakup. He would like to extend a helpful hand to you and any others that may be struggling with a romantic relationship.

You are invited to visit his blog.

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“Screws fall out all the time. The world is an imperfect place.” — John Bender, The Breakfast Club

“Screws fall out all the time. The world is an imperfect place.” — John Bender, The Breakfast Club

This above quote, from a 1980s popular comedy movie is a very important thought when you are considering which fasteners and fixings to choose. If you choose the right ones for the particular job you are working on, you will not have this worry.

 

Fasteners And Fixings- How to Choose the Right Fastener and Fixing for the Job

If you are unsure what the differences are between each screw, nut, or bolt that must be used for your projects, you may end up choosing the wrong one. There are many considerations when picking out the right fasteners and fixings. Most of these considerations will depend on what kind of job you are doing and what kind of material you are working with. Spending the extra time deciding which product is best can determine whether or not your project will stand the test of time.

 

Here are some questions to ask yourself before starting your project:

 

WaterProof Fasteners and Fixings- Do my fasteners and fixings need to be waterproof?
Some projects, like those that involve metal materials, may require fasteners and fixings to be waterproof. This is especially true if the end result will be outside, and will come into contact with dew or rain and be subject to rust.

 

What length do your fasteners and fixings need to be?
One size does not fit all when it comes to nuts, bolts, and screws. For some projects, it is better to have the correct size. For instance, smaller screws are better for wood because they are less likely to cause splits in the wood.

 

Do they need to be flush with the material you are using?
If you are putting together a piece of furniture, there may be a couple of reasons that you may want the fasteners and fixings to be flush with the material. You’ll probably want to paint or stain the project, which can be more difficult if the nuts and screws are sticking out. You’ll also want to prevent injuries and snags that can occur.

 

What kind of material do your fasteners and fixings need to be made out of?
Certain materials, like wood, plastic, or metal, may work better for certain projects. Most likely, the type of material needed for your fasteners and fixings will match the type of material your project will be constructed from.

 

Is the area where you are going to be using the fasteners and fixings easy to get to for repairs or adjustments?
If it is going to be hard for you to reach the nuts, bolts, or screws the first time you try to place them, it will not be any easier when you try to remove them for repairs or adjustments. Keep this in mind when making your decision.

 

There are a variety of nuts, bolts and screws available in both the industrial and construction industries. When you are deciding on the right ones for your projects, make sure you take every aspect possible into consider at the planning stage. The more prepared you are, the more successful your finished project will be. Quality Fasteners and Fixings

 

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Down to Earth

Down to Earth

This bright Maple leaf was all alone on the trail. It drew my eye and my legs to a stop.

The brilliant colors of Autumn are there, along with the other colors of the season. Bright red, maroon, orange and yellow, against a trail full of the grays and browns of other leaves and wood chips. There’s even some green leaf showing, from leaves dropped too soon.

I had a strong reaction when I pulled the image up on my computer screen. The cycle of life, played out up close. From spring leaf buds to brown leaves in the process of being ground into the earth from whence they sprung.

Ashes to ashes, dust to dust. Enjoy the colors of life while they last.

Posted by MattPenning on 2013-10-30 02:35:38

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Rip rap music..

Rip rap music..

This is the companion to "Imponded sun" as the portrait. I shot this later and just kept the flair of the sun outside the frame so that the the vegetation and underwater mosses could retain their saturations but without humping them in Photoshop which seems to be a pastime on Flickr. Warning, if you want to shoot shots like this with the lens pointed directly at the sun, it is crucial that you polish all bits of dust from the front surface of the lens. I stopped to do just that here, knowing it could be trouble if I didn’t, even with this spectacular 24-70mm zoom lens. Note that this specially coated lens is not even a three times zoom, not a 12-16 times zoom. It might be a plan to crank on a much superior single focal length lens instead of that super zoom that packs loads of lens flare. Lately, I am struck by how many posts are put up on Flickr that do not even observe decent exposures. I thought that was rule one? Are these folks overcompensating for flaring skies they can’t control because it is outside the range of lens capability I am thoroughly happy with the tones I retained.

On this day of nice skies and water, I came back to this spot I’ve used before with the intention of expanding my catalog. My previous take was one of my favorites. I am still fighting to slow this autumn’s slipping away and I made another loop of the path but there was little breeze and there were only a few ripples on the water that ushered in the fine sky and foliage colors. I got a couple of shots of the foliage in the distance but it is deteriorating. I guess this reflection scene just grabbed me emotionally for some reason. Watch out for this if you are fishing in a belly boat and decide to come in to shore here! Later, I decided to recapture earlier shots. Replacing my productive rippled water scenes were skies with some mixed clouds, water and fading foliage. December is almost here.

I am out here at Golden Ponds, the Longmont, Boulder County, Colorado greenbelt and rec area and fortunately, the turn-off is only a half-dozen blocks down Hover St. I wanted to look for possible locations even though the sky has been the pits lately. I wandered the green space and took some detail shots that were available, Drying cattails surrounded the ponds. The bold sky is gone, the rippling water gone, the bold clouds gone, my favorite cottonwood, brown and most cattails seeding the next year’s supply. I shot few pictures and kept the sky out of the frame but it’s presence shows in the water. The colorful autumn foliage is falling around the ponds and under the water. I love shooting stark scenes with this camera and lens. I have not used any of my old Nikkors even though I programmed them into the computer.

Posted by Rocky Pix on 2013-04-15 19:53:46

Tagged: , Is Rip Rap Music , Rocky , Shore , Golden Ponds Park and Recreational Area , Sun , Water , Sky , Cloud , Reflection , Fall , Foliage , St.Vrain , Creek , Pastoral , Longmont , Boulder , County , Colorado , Rockies , River , Basin RockyPix Rocky Mountain Pix W. , Michel , Kiteley f/16 1/125th/sec 42mm 24-70mm , f/2.8 , f/2.8G , Nikkor , Normal-Zoom , Hand-held

Tribute to Flickrites

Tribute to Flickrites

So i decided to tag alot on this to make up for all the tagging i don’t do. (i hate it) i wish i could post this into like 20 groups like some poeple do on flickr. this is a tribute to all of them out there. post your pictures put some tags (3 to 6 at most) add it to about 2 to 3 groups and then shoot some more than waste you time on here…. off the soap box now….

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Mare Imbrium

Mare Imbrium

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Posted by ►A.FALL.OF.MOONDUST ► on 2010-11-07 13:31:35

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Rocky shore

Rocky shore

This is the companion to "Imponded sun" as the portrait version. I managed to nearly dodge the highlite gamut in Lightroom while very slim margins of black gamut showed in this exposure. Warning, if you want to shoot shots like this with the lens pointed directly at the sun, it is crucial that you polish all bits of dust from the front surface of the lens. I stopped to do just that here, knowing it could be trouble if I didn’t, even with this spectacular 24-70mm zoom lens. Note that this specially coated lens is not even a three times zoom, not a 12-16 times zoom. It might be a plan to crank on a much superior single focal length lens instead of that super zoom that packs loads of lens flare. Lately, I am struck by how many posts are put up on Flickr that do not even observe decent exposures. I thought that was rule one? Are these folks overcompensating for flaring skies they can’t control.

On this day of nice skies and water, I came back to this spot I’ve used before with the intention of expanding my catalog. My previous take was one of my favorites. I am still fighting to slow this autumn’s slipping away and I made another loop of the path but there was little breeze and there were only a few ripples on the water that ushered in the fine sky and foliage colors. I got a couple of shots of the foliage in the distance but it is deteriorating. I guess this reflection scene just grabbed me emotionally for some reason. Watch out for this if you are fishing in a belly boat and decide to come in to shore here! Later, I decided to recapture earlier shots. Replacing my productive rippled water scenes were skies with some mixed clouds, water and fading foliage. December is almost here.

I am out here at Golden Ponds, the Longmont, Boulder County, Colorado greenbelt and rec area and fortunately, the turn-off is only a half-dozen blocks down Hover St. I wanted to look for possible locations even though the sky has been the pits lately. I wandered the green space and took some detail shots that were available, Drying cattails surrounded the ponds. The bold sky is gone, the rippling water gone, the bold clouds gone, my favorite cottonwood, brown and most cattails seeding the next year’s supply. I shot few pictures and kept the sky out of the frame but it’s presence shows in the water. The colorful autumn foliage is falling around the ponds and under the water. I love shooting stark scenes with this camera and lens. I have not used any of my old Nikkors even though I programmed them into the computer.

Posted by Rocky Pix on 2012-11-30 03:13:01

Tagged: , Rocky Shore , Golden Ponds Park and Recreational Area , Shore , Rocks , Sun , Water , Sky , Cloud , Reflection , Fall , Foliage , St.Vrain , Creek , Pastoral , Longmont , Boulder , County , Colorado , Rockies , River , Basin RockyPix Rocky Mountain Pix W. , Michel , Kiteley f/16 1/60th/sec 29mm 24-70mm , f/2.8 , f/2.8G , Nikkor , Normal-Zoom , Hand-held

Decomposing Autumn (cover art)

Decomposing Autumn (cover art)

I make playlists and mixes on occasion. This is the much anticipated and fashionably late fall/winter playlist…

Decomposing Autumn: my fall and winter music playlist

This is the soundtrack playing in my world during the most bitter-sweet season of the year…Fall. Summer was fast-paced and carefree but fall is more reflective and slows down until it freezes to a cold dead end called Winter… in the same way my music does too. Fall has always held me captive. I get caught up in the bright colors and fun traditions then somewhere around November it throws me a curveball that’s been coined “these old November Blues”. I thought about naming this mix Turning, Falling, Dying which is an appropriate description of what happens not only to the leaves on the trees, but also it’s kind of what happens to me or at least my personality this time of year. If you were one of a select few to get a copy of part two of my summer mix you got a preview of these sentiments when I ended it with a song called “the fall” that is basically about death. Anyway, I know I’m not the only one who separates my music by seasons… there are just certain artists and albums that I always dust off around the same time that I pull out my warm sweaters and scarves…so here it is…my fall mix.

Addendum: It took me so long to get this together that it’s now winter…It gets dark at 6pm, there’s frost on the lawn and ice on car windshields…so I sprinkled in a few songs that I consider winter specific. Let’s all bundle up, survive the holidays, and I’ll see you in April.

1. The Eagle and the Hawk Bonnie Prince Billy
(From Take me Home: a John Denver Tribute this album is a fall/winter must.
If you think you don’t like Denver’s music…you’re probably wrong…listen to it again through these
Interpretations)

2. Mightiest of Guns A.A. Bondy
(saw him do an opening set for Elvis Perkins in Dearland and really became entranced…there’s just something about his music…sometimes, I’m not sure why, but it almost feels like jazz…this has become my night driving music…heat blasting with the windows down kind of thing)

3. Shampoo Elvis Perkins in Dearland
(“black is the color of a strangled rainbow”…that lyric haunts me)

4. Back Me up Emmylou John Bowyer
(John and Tubby’s love-letter to the “silver fox’…it’s also about the relationship you feel with the music and how we use it as an escape…and that’s kind of the whole point of this mix)

5. I Ain’t Ever Satisfied Steve Earle Live at the Bluebird
(Together at the Bluebird is a live album with Townes, Guy and Steve…Steve’s songs really standout…he was on it that night. The whole album is a fall album in my opinion.)

6. Black Diamond Owen Temple
(Owen came to town this summer with a great new album “Dollars and Dimes…listened to it a lot this summer but when I put it in on a cold sleeting day in October I realized a few tracks were going to have to make this mix)

7. Age Like Wine Todd Snider
(if you’re like me and Dean you’ll play this track at least twice in a row. It’s the opening song off of his East Nashville Skyline album…and it’s also a birthday tribute to my brothers Dino, John, and Tubby who were all born in the fall/winter)

8. Call It What You Will Joe Pug
(I love to sing this song…I love this song…. “I call today a disaster”)

9. You’ll Never Leave Harlan Alive Darrell Scott
(This song might as well be about Fayette County…My sister texted me the lyrics to the chorus one day and I had to hear the whole song asap…I’ve become a huge Darrell Scott fan in the past couple of years…he just gets better and better)

10. Poems, Prayers, Promises Rachel Haden
(Another from the John Denver tribute….i pretty much mixed that whole album in here)

11. Say It to Me Now Glen Hansard
(I was early on the ONCE movie train…like: before it was released in theaters and had the date on my calendar early… tried to see it in the theater but never found a local showing…and finally got it on Netflix on the day of it’s dvd release and fell in love and made everyone I know watch it. It’s one of those that has become a fall album/movie for me)

12. In the Curve The Avett Brothers
(This is in remembrance of that stormy November eve when I walked away from driving my car into a tree.)

13. Magnolia Mountain Ryan Adams and the Cardinals
(This song always shuffles on my computer on cold mornings…)

14. Murder by Mistletoe The Felice Brothers
(It’s not my favorite Felice song but I love the title and thought it would be appropriate. Their storytelling is so unique and special. Listen closely there’s a lot going on in there songs. )

15. Hold On Redbird
(beautiful Tom Waits cover)

16. Like a Coat From the Cold Guy Clark
(One of my favorite Guy Clark songs…it also happens to be John and Jo’s wedding song …happy anniversary guys 2 years as of Oct 27th)

17. I Love Tom T Hall
(it’s tradition among my group of friends to play this song before our annual “festivus” meal…I Love: Tom T Hall , counting cranberries in the bowl punch, and kisses beneath the Festivus pickle)

18. Merry Christmas from the Family Robert Earl Keen
(I saw REK live for the first time this fall…it’s a new tradition to have a sing-along to this song during Festivus)

19. I Can’t Complain Todd Snider (live)
(Off of Todd’s live album…this is my favorite version of this song…if you catch me on the right night or alone in my car you can hear me belting it out)

20. One by One Jeff Tweedy
(This is the audio from a solo live Tweedy tour that was filmed for the dvd Sunken Treasure…This is the second lyric I stapled to the basement wall)

21. I’m Sorry Red House Painters
(Another from the JD tribute…)

22. Unknown Legend Neil Young
(A favorite Neil Young song…If you were one of a select few that got to hear the Hayburners cover this live you should consider yourself lucky…I don’t know what it was but it always gave me chills…wish I had their cover for the mix)

23. Let It Be the Beatles
(This is one of the first albums that I considered to be “fall music” When I moved away from home when I was 14 I found this CD where I landed and played it from October to December until I went back home to visit and to grab more of my stuff…likemusic )

24. Flying Shoes Townes Van Zandt
(Probably one of my favorite songs period…)

25. Hard Luck House John Bowyer
(I had heard John do this song several times before…I even witnessed some of the writing of it in “the basement”, but it was one cold fall night in particular when it came alive to me…and now it’s a favorite from his catalog)

26. The Ballad of the Broken Bones The Low Anthem
(opening track off of what I think is their first album “ What the Crow Brings”…I always feel like even the earth’s roatation slows down to a stop while this song plays. They have gotten more popular in the past year and rightfully so. See them live…they’ll be touring with the Avetts in the Midwest this winter)

27. Head Full of Doubt; Road Full of Promise The Avett Brothers
(You guys all know by now…this is my favorite band. This song is off of their new album and it has become an anthem of sorts…)

28. Hymn # 35 Joe Pug
(The first Joe Pug song I ever heard…I was fortunate enough to have my first time I hearing his music also be the first time seeing him live and it’s not an exaggeration to say my jaw dropped… “I am once I am twice I am the whole I’m just a slice”)

29. Devil Town Daniel Johnston
(Daniel Johnston’s music means so much to me…if you don’t know much about him watch the documentary “The Devil and Daniel Johnston)

30. Looking for Space Hannah Marcus
(Another from the JD Tribute)

32. Around and Around Mark Kozelek and Rachel Gosmel
(Another from the JD tribute)

33. Harvest Moon Neil Young
(When I surveyed a few friends about their favorite fall music it was unanimous…Neil Young is quintessential fall music…music to carve pumpkins by beneath a starry sky)

34. Everbody’s Talkin’ Harry Nilsson
(A year ago Dean and I were talking fall music and he handed me a Harry Nilsson cd…I listened and realized that I already considered him fall music too because of his soundtrack appearances for the movie “you’ve got mail” which is one of my fall movies)

35. A Shot in the Arm Jeff Tweedy
(Some may disagree but I love this solo version maybe even better than the album cut. Coming into the track Tweedy had just attempted to sign this song and kept messing it up about 3 times before getting it right on this take. So Dino? Does this make the “best of” or “worst of” crowd participation mixes we’ve talked about making??? )

36.For You Blue the Beatles
(Another from Let it Be)

37. Tear Down the House the Avett Brothers
(Got this Ep last fall after their concert in Bloomington AND after getting my car towed (long story ) this song and Murder in the City stood out in their set that night…the whole Ep is just beautiful)

38. Back Home Again Low
(Another from the JD Tribute)

39. Skinny Love Bon Iver
(If you don’t know anything about this guy…google now…The story about the making of his album “For Emma, Long Ago” is really cool.)

40. Josephine Brandi Carlile
(Her album “the Story” is a favorite for me…this song I sometimes just start singing out of nowhere at work, in the grocery store, wherever and most of the time I don’t realize I’m singing until I’m halfway through…not sure why but it seems to have penetrated my subconscious)

41. Come Pick Me Up Ryan Adams
(This song is from Ryan’s album Heartbreakers but it also makes an appearance on the Elizabethtown Soundtrack. Get both. Elizabethtown is an okay movie with an amazing soundtrack…With deep cuts from Elton John and Tom Petty among gems from Patty Griffin, Jeff Finlan, and a previously unreleased My Morning Jacket song, Cameron Crowe outdoes himself again with this one and to top it off his wife Nancy really nails the score too.)

42. When Your Mind’s Made Up Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova
(Another from the ONCE soundtrack…by the way if you’re not familiar with the movie or music see the movie before you listen to any more of the music…trust me)

43. My Old Friend the Blues Steve Earle (live at the Bluebird)
(Another from the Live at the Bluebird…this is a favorite. I’ve done photos inspired by this song)

44. Whispering Jesse James Hindle
(Another from the JD tribute)

45. Dublin Blues Guy Clark
(This is from Guy’s set at the Bluebird…Guy is another quintessential fall music guy for me…I wish I was in Austin drinking mad dog margaritas too. )

46. Waiting Around to Die Townes Van Zandt
(Sometimes it seems that’s all winter is)

47. Jolene Ray Lamontagne
(my favorite Ray song)

48. I and Love and You the Avett Brothers
(This album became a fall album this year)

49. Chilling of the Evening Arlo Gunthrie
(For all of you who never bothered with the other side to Arlo’s Alice’s Restaurant release here you go…and some inside scoop for those of you who recognize the lyric “He only likes listening to Arlo in the fall” …this is the song “he” is listening to)

50. On the Moon A.A. Bondy
(The roses die and bloom and I dreaming in my [tomb] is how I started singing this song and I can’t sing it any other way…I just thought I’d ruin it for you now too)

51. The Whole Night Through Josh Rouse
(Josh Rouse has the distinction of being not only my fall music but also my sick music)

52. Nickel Steve Poltz
(Steve is one of the most twisted, demented hilarious people…but he can write some touching songs…I love this one. This one inspired a photo too)

53. Take it Down John Hiatt
(Crossing Muddy Waters is one of my favorite albums ever…definitely my favorite Hiatt album…this song is heartbreaking)

54. Lies Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova
(another from the ONCE soundtrack)

55. Follow Me The Innocence Mission
(Another from the JD tribute)

56. Desperados Waiting for a Train Guy Clark
(The first Guy Clark song I ever remembering hearing…it’s the one that made me write his name down and look him up later…and thank goodness I did.)

57. Trouble Mind John Bowyer
(This is my favorite song that John never plays…if he’s taking requests all I have to say is “play the dark one”)

58. Don’t Let Me Fall Hayes Carll
(…this song has a special place in my heart. This is for my Hayes loving sister Jo…I’ll call it my birthday tribute to her since she’s a November baby)

59. Tecumseh Valley Townes Van Zandt
(Townes’ music is like stew in a world full of broth…it’s rich and hearty and it certainly helps to get through the cold stark winter )

60. Burn Ray Lamontagne
(my other favorite Ray Lamontagne song…)

61. River Joni Mitchell
(Oh, NO…She’s listening to Joni Mitchell again…When I break out my Joni Albums it can be a bad sign. I wish I had a river to skate away on)

63. Slow Parade A.A. Bondy
(Another A.A. Bondy…I love the way this songs builds…play it loud )

62. White Winter Hymnal Fleet Foxes
(I don’t know what to say about these guys except that they make beautiful beautiful music…)

63. Blue Ridge Mountains Fleet Foxes
(again…I don’t what to say about them…I had to quit listening to them at work because they make me want to quit my job)

64. Wintertime Steve Miller Band
(a late addition…heard this on Overeasy replay the other day had to add it. )

65. Death Final Bonnie Prince Billy
(“It was not Death final…it was only fall”)

Posted by icahla on 2009-12-20 01:53:18

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