I like to take photos. I’m always on the lookout for something interesting to snap or some unique angle or perspective to record. I try to get out for lunch everyday during the work week – most of the time to the gym – sometimes for a bike ride or running on the beach – and I like to get a lunch view shot when the eye demands. Here are some recent samples… Continue reading “Lunch Views”
Songs can define big moments in life, and there have been a number of songs that have been there alongside our big moments. From the first concert my wife and I went to when we first were dating, to our Last Dance at our wedding, to the Beautiful Day of taking our daughter home after being born… Continue reading “A Lifetime of Music #4”
Well, it’s finally here. Summer! A great time to get out of the craziness of everyday life of work and politics and insane people – of bills and yard work and traffic – of the news and the slow move to civil war and the coming complete destruction of everything. And what better way to … Continue reading Travel Plans
My daughter has been on a roll lately, and here is my chance to give her some well earned kudos:
- First of all, she is finishing middle school this week with awesome grades. She will be just a little bit short of straight A’s with a B+ in algebra. And this while taking two high school level classes…
- She finished up her first year playing violin last month with the Bay Youth String Orchestra. She had to audition to get into this orchestra, played in three concerts during the year, and went to weekly rehearsals from September – May. It was quite the experience and will start up again in the fall.
All the life things are happening – and in some ways happening too fast – while in others – it just seems to drag on forever.
My daughter and wife are out at a solo assessment for my daughter’s school orchestra. It’s where she has to perform for a judge for her year end assessment grade. Continue reading “And the train keeps rolling…”
Here are some more selections from my collection of music favorites over the years. This time around lets remember back to first seeing Jesus on that barstool in Miami, get Way Away listening to sympathetic lies, and reflect back to a fond memory. Continue reading “A Lifetime of Music #3”