Our thanks to the resident here at the canyon who, around midnight last night, amid the usual bottle rockets and roman candles, played Auld Lang Syne on a trumpet. He (or she?) also plays taps on Memorial Day. Sweet notes drifting through the trees. A healthy year to all!
Feels like a gift from Mrs. Charm. Although I found it on another blog, it just feels like a gift. I’ve read of such roundabout messages. Nice to experience one. Thanks, my love.
UPDATE: Timely, too, as our 28th wedding anniversary is the 11th.
Getting back into daily meditation again, because it helps keep me calm, cool and collected. I like mantras, used with slow breathing, but I also like guided ones with a voice and music. Like any free recording by Suzanne Giesemann.
Like the Abraham-Hicks Getting Into The Vortex. Strange that the Abraham-Hicks folks canceled a planned workshop in Austin tomorrow. Have to find out what that’s all about. It seems to be the inevitable problem of being an aging woman trying to solo after the death of her husband nine years ago.
UPDATE: A good mantra is Hineini (He-nay-ni), Hebrew for Here I Am. It’s from the Torah.
Two new videos of our (Mrs. Charm and I) friends James Anderson on violin, Tony Rogers on cello, Jonathan Geer on piano, Phil Spencer on bass, and Ben Thomas on bandoneon of the Austin Piazzolla Quintet performing with the Wilmington (NC) Symphony…here
Our old friends the Austin Piazzolla Quintet has a big gig coming up if you live in Wilmington, North Carolina. On Nov 16, they’ll be performing with the Wilmington Symphony orchestra.
For ticket information, if you live in or near there, or can journey there in time, go here. (Lucky you.) We, alas, do not/cannot, so we’ll have to hope there’s a YouTube version or await the CD.
Way (waaaay) back in high school I had a trumpet-playing band with a drummer who could barely be controlled from trying to take over. He could have used Sina’s masterly finesse. She’s going to be a superstar one day.