Celebrate good times

Yesterday, there was an anniversary. An anniversary that I am proud and pleased to acknowledge. One year ago yesterday, I crossed paths with Chevvy from Chevvy’s studio in a post on my blog about the passing of Maurice White of Earth, Wind & Fire. It has been a wonderful year of sharing and reminiscing and enjoying the music we both grew up with. To mark the anniversary, Chevvy wrote this wonderful post. Please do check it out and follow her blog, if you don’t already do so.

Thanks, Chevvy. This means the world to me. 🙂

Chevvy's Studio

Music has flowed through my veins for as long as I can remember. It’s been both my solace and my joy. It has a language all of its own, a language that reminds  me of pivotal moments in my life.

Exactly one year ago, I chanced upon a special person who understood this language and pretty soon we discovered our love of the same music to be a rare find. Today this post is a special dedication to    T. Wayne from A Joyful Process whom I met on the blog on the 6th February 2016. He knows some very special songs and musicians that are very dear to my heart that few others do. He understands the lifeblood of music and is far superior than I will ever be on the history and art of the music we love. It has been such a pleasure to share our…

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Soft Eyes

This post was inspired by a comment I made on a post called "No Baseball Beyond This Point" over at The Baseball Bloggess. If you're a fan of baseball, you should check out her blog. She has a very interesting series of posts she's recently started, writing stories about baseball players that were born in …


500 is a nice, round number. The meaning of 500 today is that this post—this one right here—is number 500. By my unofficial count, over three hundred of these 500 posts were made this year. If you recall my post about looking back from last week, I wrote nothing at all for a six-week period …