Sometimes the thing you gave up for a lifetime of happiness comes around again.
Music has always been my passion. Writing, playing, singing, listening...everything to do with music. When I was five I wrote my first song, "Theme 33" on the piano. By the time I was in junior high I had teamed up with a classmate and started writing songs with music and lyrics. We performed them at assemblies.
I like sunflowers.
I am not a vegetarian.
I tend to be goofy.
I have been married to my best friend and life partner, Merrilyn, for almost 29 years!
I am into music. Duh!
I drive a '93 Toyota Celica GTS, loaded!
The above statement was not meant to imply that I drive loaded.
I like to turn everything into an acronym. You could say I have "EAS".
I write music. And play music. And listen to music.
My parents have been married 66 years.
I turned 50 a couple of years ago and am not the least depressed about it.
Sarcasm is next to godliness. Or at least I hope so. Like, whatever...
I sincerely apologize to all I may have annoyed during rehearsals
I was born in Walnut Creek, California.
I have written a pretty famous song, "Draw Me Close".
I love our dogs, Kayla and Jake. They kill me.
I love to crank tunes through the killer sound system in the aforementioned car.
I'm increasingly uncomfortable with the label "Christian".
Okay, let's face it: I think I have been postmodern most of my life.
I find televised basketball tedious and boring.
Perhaps the Mariners will make it to the World Series before I die. Probably not.
I almost always have at least one song running through my head.
I have fun playing with words, and with people's names.
I may not always be the sharpest tool in the cookie jar,
That's almost like saying I may be slow but I do poor work.
I find D minor to be the saddest of all keys.
I am repeatedly listening to "Astral Weeks" in an effort to eventually understand it.
I know what you're thinking: Why didn't I choose the blue pill?