Grant: You smell like a day old cheeseburger.
Grant: That’s not entirely bad.
I came up with it at 17 for things like my email and AOL handle…it appealed to me on a lot of levels (and still does), such that I could give you a lot of answers that would only be a partial answer. The easiest way to explain it is that I was standing in the woods, in the dark, at a church camp where they had us write our sins and/or whatever we were upset about on flash paper that they then put all over and piled at the base of, a big cross. Someone lit it, and the whole thing went up and was out in one giant “Woosh”.
Now, it’s more metaphorical, about sacrifices and passion….*shrug*
A smattering of images from just a couple of days last week when I happened to be snagging them:
It’s just always really beautiful.
Ananda is most serious and devoted, she is really really committed about the cello. It’s kind of early to tell if she has a lot of natural ability, she did well over the 3 week beginner camp but is just now getting her instrument for the year due to all sorts of nonsense reasons with their scheduling.
Aaron is the natural musician in the house, I’ve posted videos of his piano playing, which is unreal with no training and all by ear, and he carries his flute around all the time. He’s not serious or devoted but he can just…do it.