DAY ONE-HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-NINE
I will just go ahead and assume that Jonathan and I will be two of the only people who think this is funny. I challenge you! I asked Jonathan, yet again, to save the day and suggest something for the song of the day.
Here is his description of where this song came from. This is a true story that happened to him on a trip with several of his friends. It became a memory that we relived today in a dramatization:
There I am, driving through Yellowstone at night. The car approaches a looming silhouette that looks uncannily like a full-grown grizzly bear standing up on its hind legs. Just as I am taking in this shocking discovery, a flashing hazard light on the side of the road flashes and illuminates the figure that now appears to be nothing but a spruce tree. Feeling comforted by the new revelation, I continue in the car toward the figure and the light turns off. Is that a bear? The car gets closer. Tree. Closer. Bear. Closer. Bear! Tree? Bear? Tree! Bear!