heatherc

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cubiclegirl profile - diary
comments: Recommended reading! A friend from another time and space in the ether-land, Cubiclegirl starts my day off right.
astralfrog profile - diary
comments: Five minutes into a diaryland chat, Astralfrog was helping me solve server woes. How durn friendly is that?
andrew profile - diary
comments: I have lots of dust, too.
godfindsgirl profile - diary
comments: Strength of spirit.
drewd profile - diary
comments: Exquisite writing and a well-designed page. Lovely.
pedaling profile - diary
comments: A man and his bike.
lost-chicken profile - diary
comments: Funny!
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paranoiadiva profile - diary
comments: Interesting observations from Australia. Another existential aetheist voice joins the chorus.
antony profile - diary
comments: Anybody who listens to Tafelmusik and leaves nice notes is okay in my book. An interesting, introspective diary.
examiner profile - diary
comments: fun!
entheos profile - diary
comments: A lovely friend!
polishstreak profile - diary
comments: Definitely a good read.
metta profile - diary
comments: apparently godfindsgirl, reincarnated.
hunkpapa profile - diary
comments: Three words: blue gummi bear.
throcky profile - diary
comments: Genuine.

My favorite music:

TafelMusik
comments: Canada's baroque orchestra and chamber choir. Some of the very best recordings I have are from this group.
Daniel Koulak and the Knappen Street Allstars
comments: Just a little band, but one with a lot of heart. They have a website with MP3s...http://www.angelfire.com/art/danielkoulack/bio/page1.html.
The Be Good Tanyas
comments: Folksy, appalacian style. Beautiful. This is one of those little bands that will be very, very big one day. You can hear some of their stuff at http://www.begoodtanyas.com
Tariq
comments: Another small Canadian artist. I sang with him once, and got an autographed cd for my troubles.
Rusted Root
comments: I luuurv Rusted Root.

My favorite movies:

Aliens
comments: Well, I can't help it. I can quote lines from the movie. 'They mostly come at night. Mostly.' 'Check those corners. Check those corners!'
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil
comments: Such a strange and bizarre movie. I had to watch it twice before I could really understand and enjoy it...but it's one that I just can't turn off.
Apocalypse Now
comments: Ahhh...the classic. Beautiful.
The Red Violin
The Night of the Living Dead
comments: Gotta be the black and white version. 'They're coming for you, Barbara!'

My favorite authors:

Andre Dubus
comments: There's a kind of grace to his work that I haven't seen for a long, long time. Reading his short stories, for instance, is a chance to submerge yourself in the careful artistry of language.
Rumer Godden
comments: If you haven't read In this House of Brede, you should. This was, perhaps, Godden's finest work, and one that is a source of immense pleasure and comfort to me.
Thomas Pynchon
comments: I'm reading 'Gravity's Rainbow' right now.
St. Augustine
comments: Hard to mush through, but worth it.
Farley Mowat
comments: A unique perspective.

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last updated: 2004-01-27 23:03:58
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