Fall is what happens. Autumn is how you experience it. —Starbucks Tweet
Here’s some weekend reading for this, the 45th weekend of the year!
Have a listen: Autumn Leaves by Eric Clapton
Brett Dennen is playing in Dallas on December 12. This song made me want to become his groupie. Check out his recent interview with NPR: Through ‘Smoke And Mirrors,’ Brett Dennen Looks For Himself.
Alison Martino of Vintage Los Angeles will host a tour of Stahl House in 2014. Anytime I want to remember my early childhood and the first 6 3/4 years of my life in Los Angeles I visit Martino’s site and Facebook page. The signs, the streets, the cars, the people and all that I forgot the day we left comes flooding back.
My friend Andi, a super human being, writes about kimchee on her blog. Every time I hear about kimchee (kimchi) I think about the book I read by Elizabeth Kim, Ten Thousand Sorrows. Anyway, Andi’s post is really timely! NPR just did a story on Roy Choi, the LA Food Truck King whose mother sold kimchi out of the trunk of her car. The post is also chock full of awesome links to beautiful, beautiful food.
Last Tuesday was the last night of the blogging class I taught at Contemporary Oklahoma. I had a great time with this group of bloggers. Here the links to their sites:
With any luck, I’ll be teaching a class in social media this winter at Contemporary Oklahoma. More details soon.
Check in the Lost and Found for a hit and run.
Two Red Barns On The Road To Jones, Oklahoma
This is Autumn Road, quite literally. It’s located about two miles west of I-35 off Britton Road in Eastern Oklahoma County.
We made a nighttime leaf pile.
Some Parting Thoughts
(Go here to see a recent IRL picture of Autumn in the Big Apple!)