Monday, August 29th, 2011
Piling on waves many times into my body makes nicer inspiration to wring ideas from my lettered brain than any pint of beer I could ingest. Meeting of thinking, angling your body for next wave and kicking up pools of people-friendly splashes gets music of Neptune taking land in my, weirdly oriented towards tasteful tunes of the progressive rock style, ears. It’s winnowing down my autistic tension like a large, open bottle of beer on ice that the ocean lowers its booming waves over in a soothing rush of salt water. Order influx of ocean into your life and try out your surfing large waves for pleasurable sensations abilities.
Thursday, August 18th, 2011
Loud opportunities Tracy and I needed, playing in plopping large bodies in okay to lounge in the ocean this past weekend, out on the shores of Virginia at the ARC of Virginia’s annual convention. Naturally we made a city in that state wake up to our message of inclining realistically built like large prisons of conformity, once positioned as necessary, result of society not wanting disabilities seen in public, better furnitured than most mental homes, operated like lots of mining camps, institutions towards promise of inclusive communities.
Moving onto something else, Larry and Tracy strongly recommend the beach side restaurant, listening to also-ran Beach Boy-like songs and eating good steaks and seafood platters.
Wednesday, August 3rd, 2011
This week we are doing a photo post about Larry the Artist:
Last week Larry was invited to give presentation and show the documentary short My Classic Life as an Artist at a wind energy firm in Vermont. The event was for the opening of a permanent art collection with Larry having several pieces in it. The organizer of the collection had seen W & J and was thrilled to have Larry come and show the short film and present about his artwork.