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chuck kottke

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About chuck kottke

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    Gearwork for Clocks
  • Birthday 11/05/1966

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    Handyman / Carpenter
  1. Chuck! How's life treatin ya? Hope all is well with you! Rudy

  2. We are as changeable as the flowers in each season, or the sounds accompanying nature's rhythms. But as sure as the bees have their appointed rounds and their favorite flowers, so do we.
  3. Guten tag! Glad you decided to join in, I'd love to check out your songs & will have to do so tomorrow, as of the moment I am slowly drifting off to sleep this side of the Atlantic. I sense now all that is was meant to be, play those harp strings sweetly and enjoy the variety show here! ;)
  4. Yogi Bear, because a picnic basket is just what the Boo Boo ordered!
  5. Sounds splendid! Aromas are to memory what flowers are to the bees.
  6. It's us against the world; but the body is all one, it just takes a little time for the giant to sense what the little toe is feeling and the ears are wiggling for. As we weave in and out of the fabric in the tapestry, a larger picture unfolds before the mind's eye, and releases new inspiration unto the patterns in the universe. Our destiny is that which is predestined to be, a mystery ship until it reaches the shore, but from the outlines a picture emerges long before it's heralded arrival.
  7. From many directions do all the caravans converge, and from many directions the gem is cut; and out of this arises the beauty of sharing the riches to which the eye and ear take in, and all the mind's storehouses can hold. If you can see seven generations ahead, remember also the seven generations before, for all that is arose from all which came before, and from us all that will arise beyond. From each drop of water in multiple waves arises the rivers, lakes, fishes, birds, grain, and mighty oceans; we are awash in a sea of plenty, our works can vanquish forever hunger and thirst, create paradise out of parched earth, resurrect rainforest where the sands of time now wash over the land. It is our destiny to reshape the ball of clay as God's hands shape our souls.
  8. To keep catching good vibes and good dreams and be sending more along; good vibrations throughout the universe, and whatever posses me otherwise may I bend it strait again, mending tackle and fabrics frayed from the harsh storms which buffet our lives. If it is a gift and life is a ship, then so I must be careful with the precious cargo which rests within this spirit's hold. From many facets are we of this one gem called humanity.
  9. Violet fades to blue though I'm still in love with you, Never comes the day when the sun will fade away, lift the rivers from the well, let them flow like milk and honey through the valley of clover, for in our innocent dreams comes the sweetest thoughts of all; when all is forgiven, and the lamb of peace sits in the meadows below.
  10. The blues are the roots, all those blues artists deserve the credit, that's for sure. I had heard about Cale from a friend who took inspiration from his works as well. "they call me the breeze" is such a fun song to listen to, he really hit the resonant frequency with so many listeners, I think I'll go have a listen in his honor!!
  11. don't ever think that you're not clever! Inspiration comes in bursts, and we all have down days to contend with. I am pleased to announce that scientists are working on short-crop cacao, which makes perfect sense - nobody's growing cacao trees for lumber, so short trees means more cacao plants and pods per acre, which might just take some pressure off the land use issues surrounding cacao tree plantations. Chocolate lovers have reason to celebrate!!! :)
  12. and I haven't a clue of the aforementioned , but I do believe a splendid ceiling is worth it, simply because looking up inspires us. I often thought that scaling down the grand ceilings to fit into homes would really brighten up our places and lift spirits, though a bit of a task to complete one.
  13. Glad to see some recognition for the roots behind all the fine-tuned music we've been hearing all these years, albeit posthumously - thanks Tracy for the post! Noodling with no phone maybe isn't all that bad then... ;) J.J. Cale's licks forever woven into the tapestry of rock and roll.
  14. Ulaanbaatar http://travellingartist.wordpress.com/2012/01/14/a-glimpse-of-ulaanbaatar/ quite a surprise! (but both Sydney and Toronto are spectacular I must say!)
  15. sleep is essential, especially with that time difference! Adam's Family or Munsters?
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