Robert (gurdonark) wrote,
Robert
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squash soup

A Red-Shouldered Hawk landed on a nearby tree. It flew off to a neighboring tree soon. I find myself waking up at dawn, and run searches on Twitter to find out what interesting things people tweet. Tonight my wife served a soup comprised of butternut squash, Granny Smith apples, a little olive oil and chicken stock. It tasted great--not as sweet as a similar soup with sweet potato, but a good, hearty taste.



I listened to the Music Manumit Podcast tonight. The interview featured a married couple who create work as Pipe Choir. They explained how a Creative Commons release model widely expanded listenership.

Tomorrow I need to rise a bit early. But tonight I hope to read a bit.
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