Author Archives: Christina's Words

Mad World (American Pie, Part One)

  Got on my dead man’s suit and my smilin’ skull ring My lucky graveyard boots and a song to sing I got a song to sing, it keeps me out of the cold And I’ll meet you further on up the road. ~ “Further On (Up the Road)” performed by Johnny Cash   Mad World […]

The Long Way Home Into the Mystic (& big announcement)

Have you been following our End of Days, Love in the time of Apocalypse, Sam & Dave, End of the World series? As you can tell, we never could quite figure out what to name our series. But we have exciting news! Not only do we have a name . . .  we have a […]

Walking on a blood red moon

Originally posted on drinkswellwithothers:
If you were expecting Sunday Morning Coffee Love, consider this the zombie apocalypse version. It follows on the heels of this electric piece of sexy goodness that brought us up to speed on Sam’s journey last weekend. My man Dave’s journal entries ended up running longer than a postseason baseball game, so…

Just Another Day: Signs, Memories, and Bob Marleys — Vol. 44

Do you believe in magic? Not just in any magic, but the magic in a young girl’s heart, how the music can free her, whenever it starts? . . . I hope you do, because what follows is a story about the magical power of music, memory, and love. It’s a special Halloween treat from me […]

It’s the End of the World As We Know It — Vol. 43

That’s great, it starts with an earthquake Birds and snakes, an aeroplane, and Lenny Bruce is not afraid “It’s the End of the World (As We Know It)” R.E.M., Document (R.E.M. No. 5) It’s the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine . . . Why? Well because it’s another epic “end […]

“And I know what it means to be alive” – Vol. 42

“—we can lie on the bed and imagine ourselves away—” – Allen Ginsberg, Collected Poems 1947-1997    *** If I lay here If I just lay here Would you lie with me And just forget the world? Forget what we’re told Before we get too old Show me a garden That’s bursting into life Let’s […]

The Day the World Went Away – Vol. 16r (repost with new introduction)

Hello, Is there anybody in there? Just nod if you can hear me. Is there anyone at home? “Comfortably Numb” by Pink Floyd, The Wall. Performance by David Gilmour. Hello? Can you hear me? I know it’s been forever and a day since we’ve made contact, but leave it to another premiere of The Walking Dead […]

Spiders and Black Cats and Wolves, Oh My! Vol. 2r (repost)

Where oh where did the time go? Funny, I usually find myself asking a similar question right after Halloween, where oh where did the candy go? We resurrect a little something special for you this week…no tricks at all, just lots of delicious calorie-free treats Words style. A post from last year about this time, our second volume, […]

“but the rain is full of ghosts tonight” – Vol. 40 (LIT)

“So many things I would have done / But clouds got in my way.” – Joni Mitchell, Both Sides Now We visit the Long Island Iced Tea (LIT) series this weekend for a special mix of Words on love, regret, longing, and aging. Or in other words, life. We hope you enjoy the selections. If you spot a favorite, or have one […]

“is this a message, finally, or just another day?” – Vol. 38

Good morning and a Happy Weekend to you all! Summer is in full swing around here–though I know for many, Winter is howling and moaning its chilly call. No matter your weather, hopefully this totally random mix of words will bring some sunshine to your soul while you’re reading. This weekend’s randomness comes mostly from […]