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#SOL18 – Day 27 – “Happy Feelings Gone”

This is a line from the Pixar movie, Finding Nemo. For those who are living in an alternative universe, who don't have kids/grandkids/nephews/nieces or who are cut off from technology (and thus won't be reading this blog), here's the clip where the... Continue Reading →

Fine Arts – Why Not? #SOL17

First, I'd like to encourage all seven you read this blog regularly to consider the Slice of Life Challenge. Those who participate will blog for 31 days straight and comment on three other bloggers, each one of those days as well. It's... Continue Reading →

Taking Part in a World Premiere!

Last night, I had the opportunity to take part in a world premiere, the debut of a new piece of music called "Lifelong Joy". A while back, I had a chance to pick up my tuba and play again after 26... Continue Reading →

A Reflection of Inspirations

Why hello blog! It's been a while, hasn't it? It's that time of year where it's hard to find the time, energy, or even courage to write something. I spent all of last month, writing each day for the Slice... Continue Reading →

#SOL16 – Day 9 -Fine Arts Geeks

Growing up, I was this odd combination of a fine arts geek in a jock's body. I played football for two years, basketball for two years, ran track for a year, and generally kept myself in fairly good shape. The... Continue Reading →

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