|Paintin' the barn in Nashville,Tennessee
perfect weather. We ended
up experiencing another peculiarly Northern Hemisphere habit. That, of
constantly doing projects in and around the dwelling.
We painted a
brand new barn a rusty red with white trim that is so synonymous with
America. It looked beautiful, with the trees forming a murmuring
backdrop of sound.
I swear I could
hear the ghost of Jim Reeves singing on the breeze.
I report on the barn painting of today, my hands still have splashes of
red and white paint. Perhaps the perfection of this experience will give
you, the virtual traveler, a little glimmer into yet another part of the
wealth of this beautiful America.
satisfying day's labor - along with ample Canadian whiskey and pizza,
from Worsham's Market which is along an extremely picturesque
a country singer of the old school. His melodies formed part of the
threads of my childhood development. There in middle of Zambia, living
in a wild African environment, my mother would put on a Jim Reeves
that was where the first spark of yearning was ignited in me to explore
this interesting land.
is on Gallatin Road in Inglewood - just before Briley Parkway as
you travel North.
I am sorry to see that his home is on the market.
It will probably be bought by some nasty awful business and
they'll tear down
that beautiful place.
I had the loot I would buy it.