"Hello Deb,, have you gotten up to the color-splash we call FALL here in Michigan? The upper half of the lower peninsula is about 100% right now, but we lower-halfers are going to get ours in another twelve days or so,,,and then the show is…"
"Hi B: Well, I remember just 3 years ago my first Theory test, with steno being a type of "replacement code" for our English language. I liken it to my daughter and son (teenagers) texting with " BRB" (be right back) and "R U…"
I was really impressed by Mikhail Gorbachev. He had a way of bringing people together from all parts of the world to work for common goals. It was exciting to be a part of something so interesting and challenging.
Thanks so much for all that info on using your steno machine for church. I'm sorry I didn't get back to you earlier about this... thought I already had! :P
Yes, I LOVE this website! And I LOVE court reporting! You're so…"
So sorry I can relate, I've made my first trip to Arizona for the winter, haa haa. Just got in. I did get a chance to see some beutiful fall color before I left. Cold weather came a little early this year. Did you even get much of a summer in your area? It was weird wasn't it? I will be back in April though. Still working while I'm here.
I got so excited about this music talk that I forgot to answer your question. I've been playing for about 15 years.
I'm actually a keyboard player since I was a kid, took piano lessons and the whole nine yards, but I always wanted to play a stringed instrument. My brother already conquered the guitar, the bass looked too masculine, and so I went for the banjo. LOL
My dog's name is Sammy. He's almost 10 years old now. He is truly the highlight of my day, each and every day.
Hey, Dale, I got me a Deering banjo. Made in USA, of course. My banjo teacher told me he thought it played better than his Gibson, which is saying a lot, I think.
I'm totally into bluegrass due to my family. They're like old-school country who know every verse of every song by Hank Williams, Sr., if you know what I mean. LOL The younger relatives, though, went straight into bluegrass. At family holidays, we jam, even the kids. It's fun. I think my favorite song is Foggy Mountain Breakdown.