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“… It’s right to praise the random,
the tiny god of probability that brought us here,
to praise not meaning, but feeling, the still-warm
sky at dusk, the light that lingers and the night
that when it comes is gentle.”
– an excerpt from “why i’m here” by Jacqueline Berger, which I read and bookmarked last month.
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today, i have a new mix to share with you. midsummer music: you can listen to it HERE.
+ east harlem (beirut)
+ the park (bon iver covering feist) – this is one of my all-time favorite songs
+ the look (metronomy)
+ you know what i mean (cults)
+ he’s a rebel (the crystals)
+ june hymn (the decemberists)
+ hey that’s no way to say goodbye [live] (phosphorescent, covering leonard cohen)
+ let my spirit rise (nat baldwin)
+ somehow to keep it going (cotton jones)
+ that summer feeling (jonathan richman)
this weekend i’m hoping for some quiet time, cooking at home, nadal emerging victorious at wimbledon on sunday, and lots of time in the sun. have a good weekend.
(ps: a happy independence day to america. throw a hot dog on the grill for me, ok?)