I was listening to music this morning and this oldie popped up on iTunes: Interpol’s Slow Hands. I love this song,and this whole album for that matter. I haven’t heard it in years and years.
I sprained my knee and have been crankily hobbling around on a crutch for the past week and a half. I really would love to get back into the habit of blogging more, but I am not sure that is going to be anytime soon. Maybe this post will be the seed that gets me going?
At the end of November I will be hanging some featured pinholes on our Local Artist Wall at the library so I’ve been going through old pinholes to see what to print. I bring my camera to work a lot so I thought it would be fun to show the photos that I’ve made in the library while at work. I also thought it would be fun to post some of them here on the blog. This particular one was from my Sheet A Day project from a couple of years ago. When I first took it I kind of glossed over it, but now I kind of dig it.
This photo comes with music (which seems to be the case lately) so scroll down for the soundtrack to this post. 🙂
My iTunes has been playing a lot of Bjork lately, randomly. I was reminded of this beautiful song the other day. I think it’s been about 20 years since I’ve heard it. Absolutely love the lyrics. They are so simple, so sad, but full of hope.