Sunday, May 11, 2008

Second Day Reported



Happy Mother's Day to all! Thanks for all the kind comments of the past week. Still working on answering e-mails and getting back to writing. After the ever efficient writing by hand quill pen method for my memoir, I spent all day typing in page after page. I'll be at you tomorrow with an new excerpt (the book's tentative title is Second Day Reported), writing from the most wonderful city in the whole world, my Detroit!

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

My friend Arnold was head of the Hare Krishnas in Detroit when they owned the Fisher mansion as their headquarters. Good old Arnie was quite the footballer in his day. His mother was very religious.--The Prophet

the walking man said...

I had forgotten of the Krishna' and their ashram. In hindsight they did add a little color and noise of a different flavor to the city. They would walk through different areas as mendicant beggars in their orange robes with the cymbals and chants. It was better then.

Heya kiddo, I thought you retired that quill for the more modern Royal typewriter. One thing about a new found abundance of time is feeling that it never ends...oh wait I do have tons of time.

Our city dufus.

Peace

mark

laughingwolf said...

no rush, take all the time you need....

Kwame said...

Detroiters got the mayor they deserve!

Grosse Pointe Snob said...

Detroit is a sewer!!!!!!!

Charles Gramlich said...

Congrats on the progress.

Cheri said...

I'm excited for your book!

I've been wanting to e-mail you but I don't think I have one that you use or you just get so many messages that you can never write back. ;D

Anonymous said...

Go Wings!!! Keep bombing Dallas' Turco!!!!Keep hitting, slashing, and cross-checking those Dallas puckster hillbillies!!!!!!Go Winged Wheelers, bring back Lord Stanley to where he belongs--Hockeytown!!!!!!!!--JLCGULL

the walking man said...

It's cool. Today, I feel like being piece of shit floating down that sewer. At the very least I know what I am at any given moment. Unlike Kwami and GPS.