They're not really old but Grandpa is in a wheelchair holding his head with his blood clots and Grandma is fussing about like she has since forever. There is liquer in the liquer cabinet and (stale) cookies in the cookie jar and someone to tell you to cut your hair or wash your feet. There is a computer there too, upon which it has been a custom to pass the long hours. It is there that we play computer chess, Warlords, and sing songs.
Queen of Dreams and the Minstrel show, all come round about this time. Grandma is on this one too. She came in with a war ration book, right in the middle of a fine take! True on Cue, Grandma!
Cities of Giants: This one came last year on a rainy Texas night while Dennis and I were hunkered up in his Momma's guest house. Simply that, aye.
Witty World: A song for from and abounding that genius Goddess of Noisey Silence called Maesyn Strite. This song is more about He then Her, but who can tell them apart?