"Like A Rolling Stone" from the album: Highway 61 Revisited. This is the birth of an iconoclast that gave Rock and Roll its roaring voice. This song and album inspired many generations and continues to do so to this date. Electric in every sense, and with lyrics that properly accompanies its groovy sound, It's a must listen! 2. "Visions of Johanna" from the album: Blonde on Blonde. This song is often regarded as one of Bob Dylan's greatest achievements in songwriting, and can be described as heart wrenching poetry. The song starts off with a powerful line setting the tone for the song: "Ain't it just like the night, to play tricks when you're trying to be so quiet?" 3. "Positively 4th Street" from the album: Greatest Hits Album. Released in 1967 "Positively 4th Street" is a song that can only be described as a "go to hell" song. The relentless lyrics deliver a punch to the gut with every line, To put it simple, you wouldn't want to be the person Bob Dylan wrote this song about. 4. "Mama You've Been On My Mind" from the album: The Bootleg Series Volumes 1-3. "When you wake up in the mornin', baby look inside your mirror. You know I won't be next to you, you know I won't be near. I'd just be curious to know if you can see yourself as clear, as someone who was had you on his mind." � � 5. "Spanish is the Loving Tongue" version from the album: The Bootleg Series, Vol 10. Probably my favorite Bob Dylan song of all time. The lyrics are based on a poem written by the cowboy poet Charles Badger Clark. 🤠 It's now of the most highly covered poems of all time and Bob Dylan has several versions of it.
If the pandemic has shown us anything, it's that more households need to begin to be reliant on having their own food supply at home. Growing vegetables is not only a fun activity to occupy your mind from the pandemic, but it is an easy way to bring in extra food source to your house. To grow any herbs or vegetables, the area that you're going to be setting these guys in is going to have to take full sun. Without it, it'll be very hard to produce anything edible enough for you to really enjoy. First, you'll need some type of container that has a drainage hole, this is because if you get something that doesn't, when you water, the water will just sit in the container and you'll end up giving it more water than it needs, resulting in unwanted diseases. Next, you're going to want to plant them in organic potting soil. You don't want to end up consuming anything that is high in chemicals as that's harmful for your body as well. You could also add some natural fertilizers such as liquid seaweed, bone meal, or worm castings (yes, this is worm poop.) Finally, be sure to water these guys after planting. You don't want to water every day but transition to doing it every other day now that we're slowly creeping into that hot, Texas weather. It's best to water between six to ten in the morning that way the plant has all day to dry out. If you see that your plants are drooping, give it a little bit of watering to perk that guy back up. It's honestly going to feel so good when your hard work pays off when you decide to go out to your patio and cut pieces of your cilantro off to take back in the kitchen and add to your favorite dish!
Hi! I made this for a production class and I thought it would be interesting for y´all to know how the current situation affected international exchange students and in this particular case, me coming from the University of Navarre in Northern Spain. The majority of exchange students had to leave the country and go back home, but I decided to stay. I tried to be brave, but now going back home is not even an option... Take care everyone ;)