My Next Album

Perfect for Father’s Day! Album art courtesy of Troy Z, whose work might be familiar to readers here.

31 Comments on “My Next Album”

  1. John Hedtke – Eugene, OR – John Hedtke ( is the author of 26 books and a couple hundred magazine articles. He does disaster recovery and business consulting for public and private companies. John has several blogs, notably "Hey, kids! Become an author at home in your spare time and earn big bucks!" ( for would-be authors. He is a Fellow of the Society for Technical Communication. John lives in Eugene, OR, with his wife, their youngest daughter, and 4 cats. (Follow him: @johnhedtke).
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    Can you work in a really awful “Dad” joke in this somehow? I can’t think of a way to tamper with the perfection you’ve achieved, but WTH? :)

  2. So much win here!

    My daughter (Athena’s age) is currently in Japan, so my father’s day was a message saying, “Happy father’s day, learned to play sanshin!”

  3. Wow. Just wow.

  4. That couch looks really comfortable. I bet it’s one of those places where you sit down for a couple of minutes and then wake up a few hours later with no memory of falling asleep. I love couches like that.

  5. wiredog@8:24 – “Perhaps a ukelele version of “Battle of Evermore” to open the album?” – Please please please please please?

  6. @Robin Whiskers: The facial expression I love is Athena’s couchmate’s.

    I love the wear marks around the edges. This is obvy the classic, vinyl edition, right? The whole thing just totally rocks. Clearly published ca. 1968.

  7. @Troutwaxer: “I think we need a ukelele version of the The Immigrant Song!

    Followed by Smoke on the Water . . .

  8. I, too, love the BF’s expression most. “I really like Athena. I REALLY like Athena. I really LIKE Athena, BUT. I really like Athena AAAAAAARRRRGGGH!!!!!” Photograph taken between the last two sentences.

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