The next morning I woke up hungry. Early and hungry. I’m pretty sure Tommy was starving, too, because he was in an all-fired up hurry to check out of that motel, and get on down the road. I’m sure the excitement of the trip itself had something to do with it, as well.
When we walked out the door of that room, and let it slam behind us, it was still o-dark thirty. There was a decent looking cafe across the street, but we would have had to wait another hour and a half for it to open. Anyway, Tommy assured me there was a place he’d read about not far away, and they served a top-rate plate of food. At least, that’s what the reviews said, according Tommy. Thinking back on it, I’m not sure he even read the reviews.
Whether you read this or not matters not to me. It is something for the more evolved, and not something the average individual will be interested in. Hell, as it is the average person chooses to ignore that which they face daily. They consider life, and never what comes before it, and seldom what comes after it.
You see, life is that moment of existence between two voids. When we think about, if we even take the time to think about those two voids, why do we expend our energies on the latter, and never consider the former? It boggles my mind to think that nothing came before birth, but so many people think there is something after life. Why only one, and not both?
Kayla is a singer/songwriter from Waco, TX. She composes and sings beautiful traditional country music. And, even better than that, she’s a great person. I’ve met her, and can vouch for her originality. Her caring soul is a fresh voice in today’s society.
Kayla is attempting to record another album of original music. If it’s anything like her other albums, it will not be disappointing. Now, however, she’s asking for help from her fans. I’ve never been part of a project that produces a music album. I can say now I am. And, on Kayla’s behalf I ask you to join me, and many of her fans in helping her out. You will not be disappointed.