I came to peek in here to see if Tam is alright. Glad to see that you are. I haven't been here for a while.
Anyway, the whole Katrina thing is just horrible. I can't comprehend the devastation. We've been collecting at work and at Tece's school. My work is actually matching $25 for every $25 dollar check written. Pretty freakin' cool. There are alot of good folks in Bucks County. My co-worker just bought alot of baby clothes for her church's efforts, and her husband bought alot of stuff too. I was blown away when I found this out.
My prayers and thoughts go out to all of the victims.
Your Hidden Talent
You have the natural talent of rocking the boat, thwarting the system.
And while this may not seem big, it can be.
It's people like you who serve as the catalysts to major cultural changes.
You're just a bit behind the scenes, so no one really notices.
What's Your Hidden Talent?
Not sure why i had this link to begin with, i might have bought a cd from the fellow or was looking for info on some New Orleans songs. But the site's pretty interesting & i've been reading the updates in the blog, i found the link again after someone emailed me about some musicians' whereabouts after Katrina.
thanks for the link.. lots to read/see there
a lot of the musical community of New Orleans has ended up here in Austin. i know Cyril Neville & a load of his family are here, as well as several of the Dirty Dozen & others...local venues are already setting them up with gigs, as well as adding them to already scheduled events.
WHAT WOULD XENA DO?
are you sitting on the soap?
sometimes, you just have to say 'what the f...'
I admit, I've never had the pleasure to personally visit New Orleans still, it would be such a waste to lose the personality and flavor of that city. There is none other like it and never will be.
The music, the style of celebration, etc...hopefully, I will be able to visit in the future.
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