My mom is back with a new video with her thoughts on Veterans Day, decorating with focal points and a Thanksgiving invitation.
I managed to find a really nice inexpensive gongfu tea set. Instead of a bamboo tea board I decided to simplify things by using a chaxi for catching water while rinsing the tea and such. I picked it all up for less than $20.00.
The good tea I ordered from China is still on its way to Crisfield, so it will be a few days – perhaps weeks – before I am preparing a nice oolong. That’s okay. Tea, like music, is all about patience. You don’t rush to the end. You take time to savor each step!
My juggling balls are here!
I am just starting with help from Ken’s DVD, but I will practice every day.
Even Pooka is trying to help.
Last night on The Walking Dead we all got to see what it would be like if Touched By An Angel was written by agnostics.
Reply to a comment on the video I posted earlier today:
“Sometimes I feel like I’ve hit a plateau playing but I’m definitely not as good as some of my friends or people online. . . “
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A movable blues lick!
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Thoughts on playing and singing.
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A quick sample of free practice in 3/4 time – with a Halloween twist.
Like my previous video, the goal is not to play anything specific. Just flow in 3/4 time and explore banjo sounds.
I turned the camera on at the beginning of my daily frailing banjo practice.
The goal is not to play anything specific. Just flow through riffs, licks and chord progressions.
Remember: practice makes familiar.
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A movable lick!
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