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Terena Elizabeth Bell
- There are mai tais. I’ve never seen you with a mai tai, don’t know what even goes in a mai tai, but the mai tais are there for me. They’re there so you have something to make fun of me for, a brand new reason to laugh: “You concoct a dream world for me and don’t bring bourbon? It’s as if you don’t know me at all” – but I do. I do know you and you love fruity drinks; you just won’t admit it ’cause you’re a man.
- There are umbrellas. Not just the kind that go in your drink, right arm reaching even now toward the table to move the one in yours up and down (“see, I knew you’d love it” — you just shake your head), but the kind of umbrella we sit under: not to block the rain, but the sun. I like sitting in the shade and if you’ll admit it, so do you…
Our latest podcast is experimental in structure and deeply emotive in its narration and themes – we present “I Go to Prepare a Place for You”, written and performed by Terena Elizabeth Bell.
Did you like this podcast? Listen to “Deconstructing Datasets” by Keith “Doc” Raymond, next.
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