Posts Tagged ‘sondre lerche’

We were chasing rabbits on the hill, And that prairie-life was great, but never real March 31, 2012 No Comments

Part II in an exorcism series —  It’s amazing the fluidity of a good singer / songwriters.  Sondre Lerche’s Two Way Monologue album still ranks as one of my favorites of all time, fortunately we were lucky enough to catch him in Brussels in 2011 supporting his new album.  Start with a guitar and few […]

Tell me what you think about this song – December 6, 2009 No Comments

Lots of abstract ideas floating around today — Interesting what the mind thinks when there is no expectation from anyone, anytime, anywhere. — I've always perceived speaking in absolutes was bad, but on the contrary, I find it easier to determine what's important with no expectation, — rather acceptance. — What about restaurants?  Ever think […]

Hurry home before the sky breaks out No point predicting things that happen all the time October 22, 2009 No Comments

Today doing my zombie walk to the communal shower facility I noticed der himmel ist grey, and throughout the day I was hoping to see the 3rd minute spattering of rain in the last 6 months, but to no avail. Even the birds seemed to think so, whilst sitting over the lake overlooking the bombed […]

Down in the valley a choice has been made a new reputation, it sleeps in your bed like you said: it never was better than how it was May 12, 2009 No Comments

4 hours sleep first night, tonight almost 5, things are getting to ‘normal’ – work is good– chow is amazing– intangibles surreal The camaraderie is something I’ve never quite experienced, I know I’m going to come out of this with some lifelong friends. – The dust is brutal, everything is dirty– You see the best […]

When everything feels all over, When everybody seems unkind November 30, 2007 No Comments

Latest self help book, more on fear, here’s my notes – 1 — fear will never go away as long as you grow 2 — the only way to get rid of the fear of doing something is to go out and do it 3 — the only way to feel better about yourself is […]

The future is just a word, that’s how I recall it, The Past is Much More Present in Our Yawning November 16, 2007 No Comments

Holy toledo, the song ‘Wet Ground’, extremely deep, extremely meaningful, and if I had a clue about the charisma of Bergen Norwegians, snow and sentimentality, this is the sound I’d peg them with, and I think I’d be right in accessing the undercurrent of their thoughts. How’s that for a run-on sentence? I think you’ll […]

Wet Ground and the Stars are Still Out Shining, Neon Lights Were Never oh, So Blinding June 16, 2007 No Comments

Downtown Bryan, The Texas Reds Festival, wine tasting and steak, but alas, I drank the Bud Lights and the crazy blue aluminum bottles. Where did these old buildings come from down there? I must say I like what they’ve done to the place, when visiting B/CS, this will now be my focal point. Here’s the […]

Vanity Takes the Dog for A Walk March 22, 2007 1 Comment

You know the whole, keep a plant alive, keep an animal alive, find a girlfriend, well, in my life, there are several precursors to even the plant. This joke isn’t funny anymore, time to turn the worm into a butterfly. Can’t even think about vanity in the form of ‘walking cool looking dog to get […]

Here’s a Man Aware of his Defects, Such a Sensitive Soul such a Rebel March 20, 2007 No Comments

If there could be a song to capture the worry, scatterbrain, uncertainty, hope and conceit that at present exists inside me, this has it down to a T, none other than Sondre, such a beautiful yet sad song. Tragic MirrorHere’s a man, his own tragic mirrorcapable of such crimes he is scaredto look at himself […]

I’m Not Crying, Familiar with These Strange Realities January 8, 2007 1 Comment

Let’s see where to begin, like my wonderful niece, I’m going to try to pop a ‘heavy’ blog posting out there once a week. What will probably be a long rant, full of misspellings and contradictions. Lets see, if I can recall what went on this week, I have that can’t remember sh*t disease. Biggest […]