Mr. Mikel

Some folks will live forever. I hope that I do in some way. Let me ramble on about this for a bit.

I have encouraged Friends to write books, particularly autobiographies. Just a few copies hardback and bound to last several years. My thoughts are that family and friends and such can spend an hour or an afternoon with you anytime they like. These blogs may end up being a book someday.

The pictures that I post with these da6d Daily Ramblin's often foreshadow what I'm writing about for the day. Sometimes not. A few of you may be surprised by the fact that I was once a "Hot No-No." Mikel Christa will live a long time through the music that he left. I'm glad to have been a "Hot No-No."

One song written by Mr. Mikel and on the CD pictured is "Little Town." From around 2012, it is unbelievably relevant to this world today.

I recorded it on my recent CD "Panes." I hope you enjoy "Little Town." 

Please read the P.S. at the bottom. Also, there's another picture of another time.

 

Werewolf of Burnsville, 

"I'll never leave Little Town" 

No place else to go. 

 

Peace, Y'all! 

da6d

 

Congratulations! You've made it all the way here.

I started writing and posting these da6d Daily Ramblin's back in June. This is #110. I post these to my website and share on other social media platforms.

One purpose is to get friends to visit my website, wander around a while, download a few of my songs. This is one of the few ways for me to share my music and thoughts during this pandemic. This is how I've adapted. 

Here's what I'm getting to... Facebook Algorithms, which I know very little about, except that Likes and Shares and Comments from YOU are what's going to make this successful. 

So if something in my Ramblin's or Haiku catches your attention, please Like, Share, or Comment. I'll notice every Like and Share and read every Comment with gratitude for your support. Let's stay connected through all this.

Thank you, Friends

da6d 

1 comment

  • Linda Robinson
    Linda Robinson
    A beautiful, soulful song. It reminded me of my friend, Johnny Phillips, who passed away a few years ago. This haiku is in his honor: He lived to fight injustice “Recycle my soul” For there is much to be done.

    A beautiful, soulful song. It reminded me of my friend, Johnny Phillips, who passed away a few years ago. This haiku is in his honor:

    He lived to fight injustice
    “Recycle my soul”
    For there is much to be done.

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