My first exposure to anything Star Wars is a crystal 1977 memory of a church parking lot. I was six. We were picking up my older brothers as they returned from camp. We stood at the back of a station wagon. Someone pulled a novelization of Star Wars from their luggage and showed the cluster […]
I can vouch for 2 hrs 11 minutes of Rogue One being everything I hoped they would be. The other two minutes were spent on a bathroom sojourn with my son, so I can’t speak to them. I’m sure they were good though.
I’ve had some level of proximity and connection to Jimmy Eat World since their earliest days as a band. Tons of fun to hear Jim describe the early days and fill in the gaps since. And his thoughts along the way about doing creative work are pretty solid too.
Super duper happy with the soup I made myself for lunch on an Austin version of a frigid day:
jalapeno (a full one might have been a bit much though!)
slice of sandwich ham
a zap of enchilada sauce
frozen rice/black beans
homemade chicken stock
If Jeff is the Sermonsmith guest I’ve known the longest, he’s close. It was fun to catch up after many years but also to hear the steady rhythm he had formed for the week to week work of sermon prep.