Roses turn redder
when I sing the blues
so here's a little limerick
and I'll do it in twos:
If you have a love or a lust,
you'll buy them a present I trust.
You should show them you care
by buying it fair
Because its sexier still to be just.
After some Valentine's nookie,
he could've kicked himself in the tookie
"A present?" Said she
"Oh crap!" Said he
Didn't come to our booth for a cookie...
This Valentines Day show your love for your boo thing, the local economy, the earth and your fellow man by supporting the fair trade club and global food tasters in our joint fund raiser. We will be selling sugar cookies with rose water frosting at the UU to raise money for our clubs.
On Tuesday (2/11) from 11 am - 3 pm we will be taking preorders that can be customized with a message and picked up on Thursday.
On Thursday we will be out on Dexter again from 11 am - 3 pm distributing the pre-orders and selling more cookies to any last minute customers.
Come buy and show us some love!
The blues responds to the catastrophic with compassion, without drinking from the cup of bitterness -- not with revenge but with justice. That's the best of the blues, you see... And so a bluesman like myself in the life of the mind, a jazzman in the world of ideas, says I want to tell the truth. The condition of truth is to allow suffering to speak... unconditional love is always tied to justice. Justice is love on legs, spilling over into the public sphere... And since justice is what love looks like in public, you can't talk about loving folk and not fighting for justice, especially beginning with the least of these.