Not One Word

My Friend, Peter, records his blog posts, which is great for when you want to read (listen to) blogs on the go, not to mention he’s got a calming voice. What’s fun is that he’s found a new way to do the same thing by asking his friends to record some of his blog posts. This one, I was able to read for him and it was a lot of fun. Just wanted to say, THANKS!

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**This week, I’m pleased to present two special guest recordings, each giving their own interpretation of the piece.  Both are entirely unique and totally different and I’m in awe of and indebted to them for sharing their time and their talent.**

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(read by David Ellefson of Megadeth)

(read by Rachael Ritchey author of The Beauty Thief)

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I can’t write if I want to.  I can’t get anything to come up and out because it seems like there’s nothing in.  There’s nothing to dig, nothing to chew, nothing to bleed and nothing to bruise.  There’s work or the lack thereof.  There’s life or lifelessness but there’s no love or trust and when there’s neither I have not and for nothing.  I have ordinary in the way a cup of water is ordinary rather than the way a cup of water can be extraordinary.  A cup of water can be extraordinary…

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