What Day Is It?Bruce Blackman
This the third post in our series called “Connection Reflections.” We hope these messages will warm your heart and make you smile during these times of “distancing.”
Guest Post by author, singer, songwriter, and humorist Bruce Blackman
Some self-promoting twit chick celebrity stood on the third-story balcony of her yellow brick house with a red-tiled roof that overlooked a wide avenue, which was dotted with palm trees, and said, “You should use this time to take up painting or learn a new language.”
Sheeut! I’m pretty sure I’m not going to attempt either of those things. I just picked potato chip pieces out of my underwear, and I don’t know what day it is.
Yesterday, a network news anchorman said, “At the end of the day, what’s going to keep you safe is common sense.”
Some of y’all in trouble,
Bruce is the author of The Road to Moonlight Feels Right, his memoir about his life before and after his (and band Starbuck’s) hit song of the 70s, “Moonlight Feels Right.” The book is available here on this site as well as at your favorite book retailer, in both digital and print formats. Bruce is in the process of working on a collection of short stories, as he continues to entertain us on social media and the airwaves with his thoughts and songs.
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