Well . . . that was certainly an abrupt break from the blog! I’m sorry to have left some of your comments hanging, for leaving some blog awards unanswered, and for disappearing from your posts without a word.
Big D and I welcomed some unexpected opportunities and surprising changes. All good. But the blog had to take an immediate back seat, and a flight out the proverbial window soon followed – leaving my blogging manners to twist in the spring breeze.
I think of you all often, and I look forward to catching up with all of your blogs in August. Now . . . it’s time to take that summer break I planned all along. :)
To get my feet back into the blog water after a week off, I thought I’d share a few things that make me laugh. Just for gits and shiggles. Death by Bottomless Pit Low-budget movies can be hilarious – without … Continue reading →
Originally posted on Rick McCargar's GuitarLicksAndTabs.com: Having survived two-strokes and a heart-attack, I figured I’d better get around to doing the one thing I’ve always wanted to do; write, record and publish a few songs. My first song…
Part III Catch up on Fear Itself: Awareness, Part II here. A wise man once told me, “Aware people are happy people.” I have questioned the authenticity of this pearl from time to time – especially at the height of … Continue reading →
Happy Saint Patrick’s Day! I am a wee bit o’ Irish. I’ve always thought that wee bit was my funny bone. But the only proof I have is that I find Conan O’Brien’s self-deprecating humor hilarious. Using that logic, I’m … Continue reading →
aware – knowing that something (such as a situation, condition, or problem) exists feeling, experiencing, or noticing something (such as a sound, sensation, or emotion) knowing and understanding a lot about what is happening in the world or around you … Continue reading →
I wasn’t always afraid to sing or perform in front of others, of course. Phobias aren’t delivered when we are. “Congratulations! It’s a girl . . . with Friggatriskaidekaphobia, Social Anxiety Disorder, and Ablutophobia, so good luck with her first … Continue reading →
When You Tube suggested I make a commercial to boost my channel’s ratings, the words “cross promotion” came to mind. What a brilliant idea they had! Get more people to view my videos, and lure them over to the blog. After just a few days of running the commercial, I noticed that my number of You Tube subscribers had jumped up by ten.
And then I got reading glasses.
That number was a little smaller than I originally thought. . . By nine.
So, the bad news is that my near vision has declined. But the good news is that my distance vision has improved by a lot since college. An allegory for life? Let’s hope so.
And with my long-distance visions in mind, I put together a long-overdue demo of my studio work – a vocal sampler like a box of Valentine’s chocolates. Please let me know if there are any you’d like to spit out.
P.S. The first song is a sneak peek (or would that be a near hear?) of our new song, coming soon.
A couple of weeks ago – which is like, forever in the world of social media – when Russell Wilson was merely a newbie NFC champion, he asked the advice of four-time “The Big Game” winner Terry Bradshaw. “What do … Continue reading →
We were the last to arrive, the last on the list of songwriters, and the last on stage. I thought that being last was a blessing. I believed it would allow the tension to escape the room in time for … Continue reading →