Jhumpa Lahiri

Posted on September 22, 2003 by Sara Hickman. | 1 Comment

I really loved her book, ” Interpreter of Maladies “, a collection of short stories that I thought were exquisitely written.

I’m excited that she has released her first novel, “The Namesake.” Can’t wait to read it!

Today, Gene Cowan comes to Austin, and I can’t wait to see him! We are going to paint the town red! (What does that mean, by the way? I believe it is intended as a good thing…that’s my intent, anyhoo!)

The Plano Balloon Festival and the Austin City Limits Festival this weekend were AWESOME! I love playing for families…I love seeing the children dance with their parents…I love having the children on stage to sing along. I am so grateful I can make music. Thank you to all the people who support me in my quest to make this world a more loving place…


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One response to “Jhumpa Lahiri”

  1. GregD says:

    “Today, Gene Cowan comes to Austin” – does this mean the DVD is almost ready? woohoo!!! You two be careful, the origins of “paint the town red” means “the kind of riotous behaviour that results in much red blood being spilt.”

    See:
    http://phrases.shu.ac.uk/meanings/277125.html



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