“Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.” –Matsuo Basho
We rock-and-roll home on a tongue-in-cheek prayer, in Janice Joplin’s Mercedes Benz, and swing home with a band of angels, in a gospel choir’s sweet chariot.
Home sweet home is where we jam before, during and after hours, and all roads lead here.
“If you come to a fork in the road, take it.” –Yogi Berra
Our global positioning system follows the bouncing balls.
Be it east or west of Life’s Great Divide, we’re at home where the doves and the hawks, the bulls and the bears, and the deer and the antelope play.
Welcome home, fellow pilgrims, wherever you roam, and thank you for looking at, commenting on and sharing godslaugh.me with your homeys.
ERRATUM: Please read “Ranch” as “Range” in the movie’s title and song credit. It’s maker, Pierre Leduc, spelled “Range” like it sounds in Franglish. The song, “Home on the Range,” sung by Roy Rogers and the Sons of the Pioneers, was originally written by Daniel E. Kelley and Brewster M. Higley in the early 1870s.