It was also a great ride back home yesterday.
I could only pop a tiny wheelie, but the kid was just as excited.
So today was the first day of the new day program. I had only two students, but we had a great time and made a big happy sound.
It may take a while before my old students or any others can start again. Hoping for the best.
Today is the second to last day before the program changes. It’s been over a year and the Music Factory has remained Happy.
Many have come and gone, and a few remained the whole year through.
Those that have gone, left with a stronger voice. Those that remained have learned to share their thoughts and feelings through songs of their own invention.
It’s been a good year.
Between sporadic work calls I have been refining my skating and fiddling.
Concentrating on developing my ankles for a better stroke and more torque with the skates. It’s like switching to shoes with pedal clips on the bicycle.
I started working on the three octave scale on the Viola. While doing research on method I finally found a good source on bowing technique.
I get a sense of locomotion with either when it all comes together.
I guess that’s why I like skating and fiddling so much.
A tragic romantic ballad of a high school physics teacher whose experiment goes awry as he teleports to random locations frozen in time.
He doesn’t realize that his emotions and flashbacks trigger these teleportations and fails to rendezvous with the stripper he met the night before. She waits at a beach, posing with a tree to veil her anguish.
The trip escalates as he transports outside the solar system to an alien settlement. His lament drives him to forgo first contact and suffer the ravages of the vacuum of space.