A celebration…

SO… it’s been almost two months since my last blog entry. I can sincerely say, I have missed this. I have been very busy. Sometimes. And other times – depressed. Sorry. Depression sucks. It makes you fat too, if you’re like me. Ugh.


On a completely different note:

Lots of cool stuff is happening in the midst of my stormy mindset. My wife and I celebrated out 10th wedding anniversary this past month. Pretty darn awesome. Maybe true love exists in the modern world?

I had meetings with people and a real live band is coming out of it. I’ll tell you more about that soon.

My daughter called me “Dada” for the first time the other day.

I was asked by an old friend to come play drums for a youth camp. I accepted. It took a little bit to get things up to speed, but by the end – it rocked, and I have been asked to do another one a couple of weeks from now. That certainly adds to the busy-ness.

It’s encouraging to be respected enough to be asked into new situations like this. It’s even more encouraging that I was recommended by two guys who I have only played with a handful of times. Even better yet – budgets are being bent and twisted to make sure I am getting paid. That’s awesome.

There are lots and lots of thoughts and things I want to tell you – but for now, one thing at a time. Godspeed.

Oh yeah. I got asked to come back by the last venue I played too!

This entry was published on July 21, 2012 at 1:56 pm. It’s filed under Generalities, observations and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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