Monday, October 18, 2010

# 6


11 comments:

Indian Bazaars said...

I loved your header image and message!

John said...

CM,

If I get the message correct here, I agree beware of messengers who claim to know the truth!

Merle Sneed said...

CM, hope you and yours are well.

I'm still in search of the experts who know the answers.

Who Is Afraid of Alfred Hitchcock? said...

Hi! C.M.,
What a very interesting message in your collage. Wow! what very catchy lyrics too!

By the way, you have come full circle...Eh? when it comes to your header...because when I first posted a comment here on your blog that is the header that greeted me too!
Thanks, for sharing!
DeeDee ;-D

grrl + dog said...

Nice foreshortening in the boy...

Coffee Messiah said...

ib: Thanks for stopping by.

john: What message?

merle: Aren't we all? And Thanks for stopping by and our best to ya'll too!

dd: Not sure about that, but yes, thought it was time to go back to the old header. Thanks for stopping by.

g & d: ; )

Sam Juliano said...

The audio ditty is a real hoot Michael!

Coffee Messiah said...

sam: Do you remember the song: Reach Out In The Darkness, by Friend And Lover. Jim Post here was friend and wrote the song. He now plays Mark Twain in Galena, Illinois and has won some awards. I first met him in SF when he'd stay and play with some folk musician friends in the late 60s, early '70s.

Sam Juliano said...

I do indeed remember it Michael and very much appreciate that personal anecdote. So you met him circa 1970? Wow! I can understand how this would stay with you and inspire you to put this post together!

Coffee Messiah said...

sam: The song is from a cd he made about Galena, Illinois, many years later. He's an interesting fellow, to say the least.

Sam Juliano said...

Aye Michael! I found myself on google last night checking him out before I left the house. Most interesting.