When a plan comes together …
I love it, to misquote Colonel Hannibal Smith. When I sat down a few months ago to write my quarterly essay for Moondance, I knew I wanted to write about my own guru, who has shaped my life with his wisdom for over two decades, but I also knew that I didn’t want to write anything heavy. The thing wouldn’t come together, so I put it aside and got on with other things.
When the title zinged into my head a few days later, I knew that I’d found the story I wanted to tell – so I hope you enjoy Velvet Elvis and the Guru of Bling … http://moondance.org/2007/spring/columns/sexton.html
Nik's Blog5th April 2007
Thanks for posting, Kay. I enjoyed it very much. He has a point, doesn’t he?
B.A. Goodjohn8th April 2007
This is a nugget, Kay. I read a lot of “things” and I forget nearly as many. Not this one. You’ve re-slanted Bling for me.
Kay Sexton8th April 2007
Yes, Malcolm is an amazing person and I never get together with him without coming away with a new view of the world. He’s a true guru.