Friday, December 2, 2011

In The Book Lane: Dream of the Forgotten Lines



An Advent Credo, words and music by Joseph M. Martin, published by Harold Flammer Music

It's Books and Bikes Week here on OSG.

At 6:04 PM MST on December 1, 2011, at 33.494609,-111.96299, I came across a book of music in my bike lane. Since it's Books and Bikes Week here on OSG, I had to stop and ponder An Advent Credo, words and music by Joseph M. Martin, published by Harold Flammer Music.


Tire shadow music

But a storm was coming, the temperature was dropping to shivery levels, so I rode on. Pretty sure that was the first Advent Credo I've found in my bike lane. I hope whoever lost it practiced their part enough before dropping this, else they might end up in a live version of that nightmare where you are standing in front of the audience and suddenly realize you don't know the words or music you were supposed to have memorized and practiced.


Wake me up! Wake me up! Wait, where are my pants?

I dream I'm riding along in the bike lane, and suddenly find that I have forgotten the bike lane lines. Everyone is watching me, yet everything seems OK. It's a happy dream, because I'm watching everyone right back, and since we're all watching each other, everything is cool.

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