July 29th: Songwriting Day.

It was a quiet day at the Front Porch Library, but such a good one! We began by coping with a HUGE delivery for the food bank. So much that we had Kelby repacking the greens out of what we fondly call “lettuce coffins” and into zip lock bags so they take up less space in the refrigerators.
Olivia arrived. In the mayhem of produce she iced the cake and made the weekly cheese melts. Mr. John came and he got right into the drippage of produce (not to mention the really excellent produce).
Our new volunteer, Alex, arrived with her dad, Tom and they were great help and company.
Brianna biked up and we finally got around to the project of the week, which was songwriting. We wrote a beautiful song. The opening line (thanks to Brianna) is “Wolves dream hope…” Olivia supplied, “Humans destroy the forest, leave them the poorest.”
John filmed the song so I hope that with my low techno skill I will be able to post it when he sends it to me.
Sometimes the smallest gatherings are the most fun. At least for me. When I get to play the guitar.
Another fine gathering at the FPL!

Author: slowdancejournal

I am a writer of novels for young readers. I also sing old time rock and roll in a duo called "Hot Tamale." My husband and I maintain our own 10 acre wildlife preserve. My home is Tallahassee, Florida.

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