If I was really self indulgent, I would sit down and record an hour of conversation, every day, with Travis Morehead and Corey Cottrell. This morning I had the pleasure of their company for over an hour. The three of us…Heck, any TWO of us is an amazing conversation. But all three? Hoo boy!
We spent our hour talking about service, community, charity, art, culture, and growth. At the end of the hour, We went around and expressed our gratitude for each other. Totally lame. Not even awesome. No YOU’RE crying.
Anyway, just listen. This is what our friendships can be. They can be funny, and weird, and honest, and a little scary. We can support each other, understand each other, work for each other. It felt weird to say nice things about my friends, and to have them do the same. Why?
We hope you’ll join us for any and all of the Great Spirit Farm Goals and Gratitude Weekend, Saturday and Sunday. I cannot wait to be out in the forest with you folks.
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Oh, hey….Happy Thanksgiving. I don’t have a LOT of closely held Thanksgiving traditions…My family has traveled, lived and ventured very far. We’ve celebrated in a great many places and ways, over the decades. But one thing I always try to do, is play “Alice’s Restaurant”, by Arlo Guthrie. It’s an actual Thanksgiving song, about protest, and goodness, and peace and togetherness.
So, if you’re like me, and have the same tradition, I’ll save you a trip to YouTube. Here is Arlo’s holiday masterpiece:
Next So Local Pasco podcast will be Saturday, November 26th, 2016.