Friday, December 25, 2015

Put This in Your Egg Nog

I know it's already Christmas and we're all likely sick on hearing the run-of-the-mill Christmas songs, but 'Throw This in Your Egg Nog' (The unofficial title of this CD I've been throwing together) may just be the very thing to properly shake up your holiday season.

Apathy, sarcasm, and just a sprinkle of winter solstice cheer that'll surely put you in the mood (creepy winking face).

For more ass-kicking holiday songs check out 'It's Christmas Bitch'.

Thursday, October 8, 2015

The Stranger.

Wrote this mostly for radio, which made for a pretty good bit.  I had enough fun writing for Tyres that I'll definitely be returning to this.  Lemme know what you think, share where you think this may be going, and you must check out The One and Only Teej Thursday nights from midnight to two.

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Thursday, April 9, 2015

Atop a Mushroom

Warm spring evenings means porch sitting!
Time to break out the charcoal and go outside.
A tune in the background and a head full of thoughts.
Too much fun.

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Welcome to my Wonderland

Still playing around in Wonderland, won't you please come and join?
Working to do this one idea in charcoal, it's going to blow your mind.
Keep checking in.

Monday, March 16, 2015

A Taste for Music

Well behind on my posting.  Doing a bit of catch up the next few days.  Working on writing and with charcoal this week!  Sure to have some material for you.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

The Last Word

Better late than never.  Could've sworn I put this out already.  Last two pages of the first series of Silhouette.  Think I'm finally ready to keep going.  Got some changes to update that you may want to go back and check out.  Point is I'm working on more.

The Last Word

My darling Rainfall,
It’s never my intention to have you read this, but as our fates lie in the hands of various variables beyond our control, there are times in which we may not have the opportunity to say a proper farewell.  In life you’ve made me the happiest man in the world.  Just knowing I have you by my side is more than anyone could ever ask for.  You are my everything, you are my universe.  Though petty words ring like trivial nonsense in the relation to my true feelings, might you still find it enduring to be reminded that I’ll always love you.
I’d request that you not be sad, to not grieve over my passing; though the mere contemplation of losing you is a thought I could never bare.  I beg that you find strength where I could not.  Death is the ultimate mystery of mankind and I won’t make frivolous assumptions about lasting consciousness, but know that I’m with you regardless.  In memory and in your heart, and wherever I may be now, I will always be with you.
You are the most beautiful being to grace this earth and I can’t help but feel eternally fortunate to have found you, let alone share love with a such goddess.  Naturally, I’ve left everything to you.  It is nothing in comparison to what you’ve given me over our years together, but I may rest comfortably knowing you’ll be taken care of.  Material objects aren’t much to leave behind, but the memories shared and surrounding adventures have meant so much more.  Whether sold, lost, or passed down, those shared experiences will never fade.
I love you dear Rainfall, and my admiration for you is eternal.
Keep up your explorations and let no one stand in your way,

Another page lay attached, this one, less formal and appear much more recent: