Audio Recordings Jonathan Oldham Reads I Used To Worry About Rain By Thomas Slatin Posted on December 15, 2020May 18, 2021 by Thomas Slatin I Used To Worry About Rain Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading... Post Navigation Previous Post Streets Of Austin Next Post The Austin Motel 13 thoughts on “Jonathan Oldham Reads I Used To Worry About Rain By Thomas Slatin” This piece made me tear up the first time I read it, now I get to tear up ten times as much listening to it read ;( So glad you are finally able to make your dreams come true <3 Amelia Desertsong recently posted..Manchester Center, Vermont Riverwalk (Photos) Loading... Reply That´s a beautiful picture of a scale train. I love what you did with the picture and the way how it looks nostalgic. Loading... Reply That’s the tragedy of feeling lost. You don’t even know the depth of that loss that suddenly makes you lose all enjoyment in life. Loading... Reply Nice read from Jonathan and very auduble too. The photo of the train here is cool. Good work by you both. Loading... Reply For something about rain all I can see is a train ha ha. A metaphor if I ever see one. in a serious note each of us are worry about something. In your case it maybe the rain to me it is the bugs. This is only normal. Loading... Reply I can still clearly remember the trains that were used to carry sugarcanes in my province. I have great respect to those people that had been part of the great train industry. Loading... Reply Thinking about the rain? This might mean a different thing to different people. For me it means freshness Loading... Reply Thunder storms, sounds made while rain coming is only the frightening moment for me. The real rain is lovely and sweet to me. I bath in it Loading... Reply I love when it wanna rain but climbing trees, no. I hated that since a friend fell and broke his leg Loading... Reply Your post are always meaningful boss Tom. The is a good post for me. Loading... Reply This train could be kept in better condition in an exhibition museum to show it to future generations. Loading... Reply The sound is very clear. The reading to is much enjoyable. Always doing your best Tom. Loading... Reply Wow Tom… Thank you for bringing this to my attention! I very much enjoyed listening to this piece. I love the mix of nostalgia with touches of hope. Very well done! I am kind of jealous 😉 Loading... Reply Leave a Reply to Anyi Lizeth Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.