Stumped for ideas on office/home celebrations? This is a little unsettling. Ouchy, indeed!
And thanks to King for this reference for all those new-falutin’ words that sift through our consciousness like thought-size flour in a society-size sieve.
I’ve added some more pictures in the, well, y’know, the pictures area. I’ve been dabbling with Webpics and iView Multimedia, pondering organization versus workflow versus artistic integrity versus Aquaman. Hmm.
Ok, the redesign of this site is in progress. So far, so good. Hello, Version 6. Obviously not all links are active and/or consistent yet.
I went to see my friend Dan Landrum in concert with Yanni last night in Nashville. I enjoyed the show – amazing lighting, interesting music (especially the solo performances). I was sitting in the row with Diane Fish of WSMC, Carla & Kenny and Kenny’s sister Caroline, Madeline & Brian, and a few thousand other people. More on these highlights later (y’know, Erica dancing, the availability of live music in Nashville clubs, etc.)
I made it to & through the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera‘s performance of La Boheme Saturday night. Best of all, Trish and Harv came back to town this past weekend for a quick visit from DC! It was great to see them again; next month I’ll be returning the favor when I travel to Washington DC to see them & Dan & some additional friends…
Ok, about time to revitalize this web site again. I like the blog capabilities, but a cleaner redesign is needed. The links aren’t organized as well as I would like, and there’s more content I’d like to add. Maybe once I transition to a faster machine…hmmm…
Looks like my buddy Dan Landrum is having a good time playing hammer dulcimer on Yanni’s World Tour! Check out his web site for updates on his surviving & thriving. He’s very talented (and naturally a Mac user), so it’s good to see him getting recognition. Get a CD. Or a dozen!
Well, another Pancake Day has come and gone! I enjoyed the celebration hosted last night by Kenny and Carla Pritchard, my near-neighbors. I even learned to cook a crepe, and was then given the opportunity to create a few dozen of them. Good times.