Somehow, we’re halfway through January. One minute you’re getting ready for Christmas, then POOF! You’re staring February in the face. But this isn’t entirely a bad … Continue reading My art — in BOSTON!
If I don’t exercise first thing in the morning, I’m not going to at all. To squeeze it in before work, I have to hit the road around 5:30 a.m. And at this point, it’s (mostly) a habit. Even if … Continue reading 3+ME: I need to break my habit of going to the gym
IT’S CHRISTMAS, YOU GUYS!!! We made it! And here’s my (little) gift to you: A quick roundup of all (or at least, what I could find … Continue reading In my sketchbook: A Very Furry Christmas
Remember when we were kids, advent calendars (if we had them at all) were simple affairs. Thin cardboard boxes with little pop-out doors hid little pictures inside, or even plastic-molded chocolates, one each day until Christmas. Now, things are a … Continue reading 3+ME: Squeeze Christmas memories into the little things – like advent calendars
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In 2001, I released this album, Solstice Chill in celebration of the Winter Solstice. Measured in Kelvin – Part III was included on the 2002 Ambient@Hyperreal2 compilation album, along with a fantastic list of other artists https://www.discogs.com/Various-Ambienthyperr…/release/30910 Go have a listen if you’re looking for some relaxing, chill out background music. This album is available on BandCamp, Amazon, Google, iTunes, Spotify, and all of the other major platforms. Use code “holidays” on BandCamp and save 50% on this and all other titles:https://musicalnature.bandcamp.com/album/solstice-chill https://musicalnature.net/solstice-chill/ Continue reading Happy Winter Solstice!
The stepmom was nestled overtired in her bed, while visions of holiday stress danced in her head. — Me, circa now We had the weekend all planned out. Go to the Nerf night at Mastermind Adventures … Donate books to … Continue reading 3+ME: The most stressful time of the year
They say “Hamilton” is an amazingly mind-blowing Broadway show. Often enough, I disagree with “they.” But in this case — holy cow “they” are right. It’s … Continue reading Like Hamilton, there’s a million things I haven’t done