I’m waiting on Sherwin Williams to open, although by the time I finish a blog the sun will rise. Last night we planned to paint all night but I broke my roller frame just as we got things prepped. We’re doing all ceilings only, so I can’t imagine too interesting a photo resulting to show [...] Continue Reading »
This could get me in trouble, but I’m going to start posting chunks of a memoir. I’ve been asked what it’s about and I don’t know what to say. Very loosely it is about songwriting. But it would be hard to write about the method and not the purpose. You’ll see that I’m not really [...] Continue Reading »
Yesterday the theme of the day was thievery. There has been a lot of it around recently. I’ve had a few things lifted: a table saw from a garage around the corner, three bikes, a hammock cut from its ropes, and always my precious cantaloupes. One time I thought a wheelbarrow was safe because it [...] Continue Reading »
A tremendous thank you to our friend Carrie Jo of Texture Photography (click to see the rest of our shoot). We’ve got family in town so I can’t write long, but I wanted to share these. We love your work, Carrie Jo. Thank you.
I was painting all week, partly from a rented cherry picker, so I took a minute to get some shots of Knoxville in the Fall. Then I got scared, blowing in the wind and hoping not to tip.
[ from a. addair who is listening to Kevin Rudolf (In The City) ]
They just left my house after doing a home appraisal. We got up early and scrubbed for hours. It was one year ago tomorrow that we moved back home. I just sat here a very long time. It feels like I should recap or talk a lot. Nope, the insight is a short one: Explore [...] Continue Reading »
(handmade invitations designed by Ashley) Knoxville in the spring. And yes, those are Christmas lights.
Saturday, October 16 at 7:30pm – October 17 at 12:00am Location the mason jar 1241 Armstrong Ave Knoxville, TN More Info a craft party, but not just for the crafty. come one and come all. bring something you’re already working on or just come and play with some materials (we’ll have stuff and ideas here). [...] Continue Reading »
Ashley and I would like to thank all of you who made our first Mason Jar event a success. Especially the artists who performed: Ben Bannister, James Trimble, and Pajero Mugabonihera. Also the musicians of the night, Jon Augustus and Webster Manneth. And lastly to our Master of Ceremonies, the waggish and imaginative Buck Rutledge. [...] Continue Reading »