Tuesday, July 19, 2005

Bedtime Stories

Witness the continuing transformation from peaceful blogger to crazed bandwagon jumper...

Reader April paid me a compliment on my previous podcast, saying that I sounded like I should be reading children's books, or hosting a classical music radio show...

Well, I could crank up the Fantasia 2000 soundtrack and get all you groovy cats hipped up to the latest hits from Respighi, Stravinksy or Shostakovich, but instead I think I'll simply take this opportunity to read each of you a bedtime story.

Tonight's selections: "Where the Wild Things Are" by Maurice Sendak and "Goodnight Moon" by Margaret Wise Brown.

Gather up the kids, brew some hot chocolate, build up the fire, and enjoy.

Nighty night!

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