I’m sitting at my desk in my newly organized room, drinking “grapefruitade” (grapefruit juice + maple syrup + san Pellegrino water), listening to Ed Ames sing 60’s music on my record player, and thinking over the month. Man, was it busy.
The other day, I took a walk around the farm. Actually, I was going to my aunt’s to take more pictures of Meadow, but I stopped to get some farm pictures on the way there. (All of the three minutes it takes to walk there…) Here’s what’s happening on the farm this month.
Well, are you ready for the third day of our trip to St. Augustine? I think this was my favorite day
Dear cats of noble bearing,
Are you reduced to lower circumstances? Do the Humans make you stay outside while you could be sleeping in one of their soft beds? Have you tried time and time again to get inside, but have met with despair each time? If so, this post is for you.
As most of you know, I have professionally studied voice for over a year, and I have learned a LOT in the process. Today I’m going to share my top five tips for better singing and sound.
*Disclaimer: I am currently using the Estill voice training method of which I believe is one of the best methods out there for voice. Because of this, most of my tips will be centered on techniques I have learned while studying this method.*
Before we left for our trip, I had written up a reading list. I was planning to put 24 books on it, and I had 8 to go. I wanted some good theology/doctrine books but didn’t know of any to read that wouldn’t be over my head, so I asked Granddaddy (because he used to be a pastor) for some books, letting him know that my deadline was January 3rd (so I could post it on the 4th.)
Hello hello! As I’m sure you guessed, we are back from our trip! We had a simply marvelous time and I can’t wait to share all about it. I’ll start with Sunday, the day after we arrived. Below are photos and then my journal entry.
I’ve read many similar blog posts about “goals” for 2017, because there are many people who don’t like the word “resolution”. I don’t prefer one word over the other, but I’m choosing “goals” this year because resolutions have never seemed to work out for me.