Rob crosses over a puddle at Caw Caw Interpretive Center.
Downtown Charleston, S.C
Who looks mischievous and who seems to be daydreaming? – Downtown Charleston, S.C.
Back at the Caw Caw
Relaxing at Caw Caw. We are in “the zone” here.
Rob and I often have moments like this. They are hard to explain. As a musician, artist, and human, I find these moments to be the essence of what gets us back together again to “work and play” as Rob puts it. These moments when our minds are connecting with each other and with the universe (so it seems) are the best times to make observations, write songs or simply talk about any idea that comes to mind.
Notice how Rob has thrown some style into the way he sits. This is, of course, funny to point out but I also find it to be a great thing to do. I’m not a psychologist, I’m just making observations. In “The Gay Science” Nietzsche writes, “To “give style” to one’s character– a great and rare art! It is practiced by those who survey all the strengths and weaknesses of their nature and then fit them into an artistic plan until every one of them appears as art and reason and even weaknesses delight the eye.”