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A gift Wade? I didn't know we were exchanging gifts this year? lol....Well, all I have to offer is this post......

Pretty unusual piece! Kind of like jovially walking home not to purposely walk on the cracks
of the sidewalk and so with arms this way and that, trying to keep balance, as in this maneuver, it brings a smile to your face as you complete the 'obstacle course'. Kind of child-like but not meant as a knock. Innocent!


I enjoyed it! Sorry, I didn't have time to gift wrap the post!


Merry Christmas!
 
Pretty unusual piece! Kind of like jovially walking home not to purposely walk on the cracks
of the sidewalk and so with arms this way and that, trying to keep balance, as in this maneuver, it brings a smile to your face as you complete the 'obstacle course'. Kind of child-like

You've been talking to my shrink again haven't you! I didn't step on any cracks...the world isn't going to end...La la la la land.
 
You've been talking to my shrink again haven't you! I didn't step on any cracks...the world isn't going to end...La la la la land.
You' 're too deep for the science of psychiatry, Wade. Although, I do recommend Dr. Strassman.
His book....DMT (the spirit molecule) may reveal that our lives are more than a series of 1' s and O' s

Geez, I hope Santa has been kind!
 
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Thanks Mike. Nope no Coke red and white salesman here. They'd fry in such warm gear. It's summer!!! Wife's in England (where Santas are seen almost as often as Elvis), so I can invite muso friends INTO THE HOUSE to play music (instead of playing in the shed). I've got a weekend of music with various fine pros dropping in, that's all I could ever wish for.
 
Thanks Mike. Nope no Coke red and white salesman here. They'd fry in such warm gear. It's summer!!! Wife's in England (where Santas are seen almost as often as Elvis), so I can invite muso friends INTO THE HOUSE to play music (instead of playing in the shed). I've got a weekend of music with various fine pros dropping in, that's all I could ever wish for.

Wade, that sounds like a good time....
Ya know I used to occasionally orchestrate when I had bunch of musician' s over. If I was lucky enough to have 12 over, I would assign each musician a note. Therefore each had note from the chromatic scale. I would give the cue and everyone would play their assigned note. Now that' s great fun and it also ****ed off the neighbors...
The good thing is it could be performed in the shed too!

It' s just good clean fun, ya know?

I forgot you're in the throes of summer. We had 6 inches of snow yesterday!
 

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