The Bay Area is opening up, we've been in it the longest. A lot is still closed, gyms & salons are still closed. Supposedly retail opens up for curbside only, which will be interesting. Walnut Creek is kind of shopping central, we have a lot of high end shops here including a Neiman Marcus with … Continue reading Day 65: So ends my COVID chapter blog
A day to day account for 3 weeks is one thing, it sounds like they're going to order shelter in place until the beginning of May...AHHHHHHHHH!!!! While it seems that that's the answer to stopping this, is it? It's not for me to say, all I know is I better turn my shitty attitude around … Continue reading Day 15: Another month!!
Last night there was a PBS show on the history of country music, in the days before you had to start your training at the same time you learned how to talk. The thing that got to me was the song writing, besides being about trucks and beer the big hits were from the heart. … Continue reading Day 14: Put my brain in reverse
There are two camps that look very appealing to me while I sit around planning summer, Greenhorn Ranch in the Sierra's and a Piano Camp outside of Boulder, CO. As a kid I never went to camp, only to my grandparents house for a month every summer. There was a brief stint at Camp Fire … Continue reading Summer Camps for Adults
When is it that you just throw in the towel, admit defeat, decide that you truly suck at something? A lot of cliche's, they best describe how I'm feeling about my piano. Every month I get together with some women, who could care less how I play, it's just that I'd like them to not … Continue reading I Choked
Next stop, Bingo. Really though, I'm totally unmotivated and stuck with piano let alone not getting any better. It could be the pieces I'm playing are just way too hard for me? Lately I've been hacking away at Phantom of the Opera. When I was at my mom's house I thought I'd bring my book … Continue reading Piano Lessons