Friday, February 14, 2014

Happy Valentines Day !

It's too snowy to trudge to the studio again today and all my bats are full anyway. It seemed like a good day to learn a new song. Consider it your Valentines present. Thanks for stopping by and tune in in a day or two for installments about Michele Hastings, Jeff Brown , and Liberty Stoneware.



  1. Thank you so much for singing the song, it was lovely to listen to. I admired your singing, playing, and ability to keep going in spite of the background squeaks! I have a cat here that will tolerate my ukulele playing, but has protested loudly and frequently to the sound of a recorder that I bought recently! Another cat that we had years ago would circle me like a shark if I played the cello..., it was very intimidating!

    I am enjoying your visit to the potter's studios around NC. Something I would love to do myself..., just rather a lot of distance and water in the way for me!

  2. Thanks for the song! I did not know you were musically inclined! We will have to talk old time music and perhaps a few murder ballads sometime! I used to do a lot of collecting in Kentucky when I was there and traveling around. I also enjoyed your report of the snow, on top of the snow, on top of the snow, on top....Stay warm!

  3. Gee, thanks. Brenda, I think the jury is still out on whether or not I'm musically inclined. I think my talent if I have any, is in picking good songs that are either old enough or obscure enough that everyone doesn't know them.


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