Honey, We’re All Resplendent

      I love this smart well-written song by the Bill Mallonnee and the Vigilantes of Love (great name!) called “Resplendent” set on the Great Plains in the 1930s. Full of hardship, sorry and joy, it captures huge swathes of life in its brief five-minute existence. Give it a listen.

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