Tuesday, March 27, 2007

King of the Boys: Chapter 2

Mom & Grandpa
Chapter 2 of our story "King of the Boys" takes us back to my earliest memories of Dodger Stadium and Huckleberry Hound. More importantly, I remember my Mexican and Native American Grandpa who was a rough and tumble Cowboy, who often worked as a bartender in Reno, Nevada.... Back in my childhood and even now, he represents my only deep connection to my past. I wanted to be just like him....

Proudly Presented "raw and uncut in one take"... "Thanks for the Download"

14.56 / 13.8 MB / Rated: R (Adult Language and Content)...

Copyright 2007 by Lance Anderson. All Rights Reserved.


Anonymous said...

That was simply awesome. A nice mix of elements - story, delivery (including mower pushing movement), and the ambient setting with the neighbor.

The story was great, obviously really heartfelt and something we can all sort of relate to in a way since death is inevitable. I want to feel sad for you, that you don't have your grandfather with you anymore, but moreover I feel happy for you that you could share a wonderful relationship with him which you will always have. Of course I still have that sadness because as much as I have lived my life to it's fullest I still miss my grandmother and despise the cruel joke that life plays on us by forcing death upon us.

Anyway...Thanks for sharing.

Paula S. said...

Thanks for revealing more & more about y'self, Lance. This is one o' my faves.

Brad P. from NJ said...

Awesome grandpas rock.

I think I understand a little more about the maverick Lance, now.