What’s In My Bag? :: Sunday at the Rose Bowl Flea Market

What’s In My Bag? :: Sunday at the Rose Bowl Flea Market This was our first time visiting the Rose Bowl Flea Market that happens in Pasadena, California, the second Sunday of each month. It is a days worth of fun, with more treasures than you will have time to admire, and so much people watching opportunities. My goal for this trip was to find some keen Halloween themed vintage items and some music related things. I was successful on the second goal, but not so much on the Halloween-themed goodies. We scored a few things from some booksellers, a … Continue reading What’s In My Bag? :: Sunday at the Rose Bowl Flea Market

But you can do something in-between :: Breakfast With the Beatles Sunday

The Beatles have had an enormous impact on my life ever since, well, birth, actually. They were, and still very much are, my Mother’s favorite band and their music filled our house more than often. The first songs I learned by heart were Beatles songs. Rubber Soul was always my favorite, which is why when I moved out on my own for the first time I snuck my Mother’s Rubber Soul vinyl out with me. The boy I first moved out with, who would become the Father of my oldest daughter, was a huge Beatles fan. He played their songs … Continue reading But you can do something in-between :: Breakfast With the Beatles Sunday

Listen to Iron Maiden maybe with me :: VOTD

Teenage Dirtbag :: Wheatus from the album, Wheatus Teenage Dirtbag is a song by American alternative rock group Wheatus. It was released in July 2000 as the lead single from their eponymous debut album. It was included on the soundtrack of the movie Loser. The single was massively successful in Australia, spending four weeks at # 1 and becoming the second-highest selling single of the year. It also reached # 2 in the United Kingdom and Germany. The song was ranked # 69 on the Top 100 Greatest Pop Songs Of All Time countdown by British music channel, “The Hits“. It is performed by singer Brendan B. Brown, including the … Continue reading Listen to Iron Maiden maybe with me :: VOTD

And the wind did howl :: SOTD

Keep Art Alive :: “Fight Klub” :: Art by Brian Viveros “She leaned herself against a fence, just for a kiss or two, and with a little pen-knife held in her hand, she plugged him through and through, and the wind did roar, and the wind did moan.” Alice escaped. She breathed fire and cried charcoal stained tears, and she bled from the sharp edges of the borderline fence that cut her skin as she climbed over, but she was free. After awhile the cool of the night wind registered in her bloodstream, bringing on the body quakes, the shivers … Continue reading And the wind did howl :: SOTD