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Jeff L. Howe

Jeff L. Howe
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Strasburg, Pennsylvania,
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Jeff Howe is a bonsai enthusiast and harmonica player who has very good reason to believe that the Universe tastes like a cheap buck-fifty melon. He is a product of Walled Lake and a former Poetry Slam Champion of Milwaukee. He once shook hands with Rocky Colavito, opened for Leon Redbone and took a piss next to Mose Allison (no hands were shaken). All things considered, his best single day was July 4th, 1987 when he marched in the Marmarth, North Dakota parade in the morning, discovered a rare dinosaur skull in the afternoon, and then sat in playing harmonica with a drunken cowboy band until way past tomorrow. It's been downhill ever since. Jeff is a misemployed geologist who specializes in interpreting rock outcrops at 70 miles per hour. It's a gift. His daughter loves cows. ................................................................................................................... FOR MORE STORIES, PHOTOS AND HARMONICA RECORDINGS VISIT: jeff-howe.net

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DECEMBER 16, 2011 10:34AM

There’s Free Beer At Adobe Soup!

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The lovely and talented Candace (aka femme forte) Mann has asked me to write a “guest” piece at her sparkling new web site, Adobe Soup (adobesoup.com).  She plans to feature a series of writers in the future and I am honored to make the inaugural run. 

I take this responsibility seriously and have submitted a story that I feel is one of my best.  “A Cowboy Hat Goes To Milwaukee” is the true story of how perspective can alter perception.

Candace is out of town on business but has left me the keys to her web site, a steaming hot tub, and a fridge full of food and beer.  I hope you’ll stop by for a visit.  (But be prepared to jump the fence and run for the bushes when Candace comes home.)

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Hi Jeff! I can't wait to check out your cowboy hat perspective on perception. Sadly, both links go nowhere. Dang, I was hoping to belt down a beer and a good read before Candace comes home and having to test my fence hopping skills. I guess I'll settle for well aged magic mushroom murmurs with my Cheerios this morning. Please let me know when your cowboy hat is really en route to Milwaukee.
Later today I can get there.
Bringing my own towel and a pogo stick to jump the fence.
woo-hoo! I'm game for free anything!
Jeff, I just discovered Candace's Adobe Soup yesterday when she blogged about it here on OS. I spent a long time poring over here older posts. Loved her first one on kissing; it merits re-reading. I'll look for you there this week.
How odd that some people have found that the links go "nowhere". I was easily able to find her blogs and the story by Jeff.

Now; off to read it.......

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I think I have the links fixed. If not just go there directly: www.adobesoup.com.
OK, so screw the links... I removed them. Really, just go there directly. (turns and screams into the darkness: "Can-daaace!")
Jeff, I love the cowboy hat. Your skillful storytelling is inspiring. Alas, I've yet to delve into the mushrooms. Perhaps, with coffee in the morning.
Oh, what fun. . . just jumped the fence. Thanks. -V