The Continuum

Oct 30 , 2006 | Posted by: Andrea Zonn | 25932 Comments
It’s hard to believe it’s been a month since I left my little East Nashville farmhouse. It seems I was just here.

I have no idea how many miles we traveled in this last month, how many laughs we had, how many notes we played and sang, ...
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A Regular Renaissance Man

Aug 25 , 2006 | Posted by: Andrea Zonn | 16087 Comments
I was talking to a friend the other day. As we often do, we were talking about life. Talking about change. Talking about the certain past, and the uncertain future. We talked a lot about loss. Loss of loved ones. Loss of his sister, his friend ...
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Unremarkable Wonders

Jul 29 , 2006 | Posted by: Andrea Zonn | Introduction | 66867 Comments
There are few things in this life as amazing as a homegrown tomato sandwich, preferably with a schmear of organic mayo, avocado and fresh basil, on dense, wholegrain toast. Or the first moment of Spring when the aroma of honeysuckle hits your nose like ...
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On Mothers and Daughters

May 24 , 2006 | Posted by: Andrea Zonn | 35161 Comments
I’ve always thought my mother and I weren’t very much alike. Perhaps in some of our mannerisms – we both curl our toes under when we sit in a rocking chair, we are both slow eaters. But we don’t look alike – she’s just over 5 feet, and ...
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Apr 19 , 2006 | Posted by: Andrea Zonn | 11948 Comments
They say the seasons are a reflection of our human experience. In the broad sense, over the course of a lifetime, it's certainly true. Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter. Renewal, Fruition, Maturation, and Dormancy. Childhood, Adolescence, Adulthood, ...
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