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At 14:10 on January 6, 2010, Rhonda R. Harris, CSR said…
I don't have anything at the moment. The new year has started off slow for me, but I will sure keep you in mind.
At 8:34 on December 27, 2009, Dale said…
T, check out my album, one pic is of the Dutch fort on Tobago, and another is from the transport Catamaran from Trini to Tobago,,,,,I know you will recognize them.
At 8:14 on December 27, 2009, Theresa Joseph said…
Thanks so much Dale , you are a true friend God bless you and all your sincere efforts
At 7:27 on October 15, 2009, Deb Roberts said…
Hi Dale,
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.
At 16:53 on October 14, 2009, Jennie Ann said…
I'm in D.C., you know, where there is taxation without representation. LOL

My brother has several very nice guitars, and one of them is a vintage Gibson. He said it's worth a big chunk of cheese.

He started out with a really inexpensive guitar as a youngn', and he always said that cheap ol' guitar had the best tone. I can't remember the name of it now, but, if I said it, you'd recognize it.
At 15:54 on October 14, 2009, Jennie Ann said…
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.
At 15:43 on October 14, 2009, Jennie Ann said…
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.

Check this link out. Man, I never tire of it: Earl, Steve, Vince, Marty, et al.
At 8:02 on October 11, 2009, Jennie Ann said…
Thanks for the friend add-on. In addition to fast fingers, I'm a five-finger banjo picker. I see your fast fingers complement your guitar picking too.
At 13:22 on October 4, 2009, Janet said…
Thanks for your kind words, Dale!
At 10:06 on October 3, 2009, Cathy Schultz said…
I think I did Dale! Thanks!
At 20:11 on September 28, 2009, Mark Kislingbury said…
Wow, Dale, very nice of you! I appreciate it. I'll be happy to talk with you via telephone should you feel you could use some advice/guidance on your court reporting trek. Drop me an e-mail at rtexcellence@aol.com to let me know. Feel free to write me there whenever you wish.

Blessings,

mark
At 8:59 on September 24, 2009, Deborah L. Willoughby said…
Speaking of McCartney, we saw him in concert once. Fantastic!!!!
At 17:06 on September 20, 2009, Kathleen O'Connor said…
Thank you for the birthday wishes, Dale.
At 21:46 on September 18, 2009, Mike Rowell said…
from the email: "You need to listen to Mark Speed Method Part 1, through 4, as well as most of the other ones, involving the mental/psychological side." Psychological warfare was one of the videos...not sure which of the others I watched. They're all great motivation and really hit me between the eyes.
At 14:07 on September 15, 2009, Brandi Foscalina said…
Thanks Dale, I will definately have to check out some of the resources you have on here. I am in the middle of trying to pass my 60 WPM test along with my Theory final as we speak....any advice? I have taken 3 speed tests so far...a little overwhelming, but doesn't feel out of reach. Thanks again!!
At 19:39 on September 13, 2009, Deborah L. Willoughby said…
Me? Play? Oh, no! Well, I'm trying to learn the mandolin. My BF got me one for my birthday. He's the musician. He plays just about anything -- blues, rock, country, bluegrass. He was looking at the Martins and Taylors, but ended up getting a really nice Guild flat top, one that was made before Fender bought them out. That thing sounds sweet. He also has a Fender Strat and Gibson 335 copy made by Austin. We also have a keyboard that we tinker around with. I tell ya, he's had some really nice stuff over the years that he ended up either trading or selling. He's really kicking himself right now for not hanging onto them. If only he had known way back then what they'd be worth today.

His son is an awesome guitar player. He plays Christian rock in his church's band. Then his grandson plays drums. So they love to get together and jam.

Actually, he taught me how to play the guitar, but I'm no good at it. I know all the chords and notes, but it seems that I ain't got no rhythm! Ha! I just can't get the hang of strumming and keeping time. I can kinda play if I'm watching and following him, but on my own -- well, let's just say I suck. Same goes with the mandolin. I can play along with him and kinda keep up, but when doing it solo, I just sort of botch it. But we sure have fun makin' some noise. And that's really what it's all about, I guess. Just havin' some fun!

Keep on playin'!
At 8:55 on September 13, 2009, Deborah L. Willoughby said…
So, Dale, what kind of guitar is that you're holding in the photo? What kinds of music do you like to play?
At 11:52 on September 4, 2009, Rita Clapp said…
Thank you for the happy birthday wishes :0)
At 10:14 on September 3, 2009, KENYNIA DARDEN said…
how sweet. Thank you!!! There's always room to add a friend!! Thank you again! Do keep in touch, and I will definitely do the same!
At 10:11 on September 3, 2009, Mark Kislingbury said…
You're very welcome, Dale! I love your cheerful and friendly nature!

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