Have you ever heard of Estéban?Well, I ended up with an Estéban guitar recently. How’d I get it? Well, I have a funny story for you, friend. When my father moved from Allentown to Los Angeles, he insisted on bringing all his musical possessions. We paid a moving company to bring all of my Dad’sContinue reading “Estéban guitar”
I walk up to the top of the hill to Peanut Lake Hill Pond often. The reflections in the pond are always offering different views of the trees and sky. I feel like a painter framing the magic. It never gets old. I take pictures from different sides where the sun is reflecting. This, here,Continue reading “Peanut Lake”
Hi friends, Listening to Selling England by the Pound by Genesis tonight. Music from 1973. Check it out. Mellotrons and prog synths, acoustic and rock guitars, flutes and frenetic drumming grooves by Phil Collins. It’s an all around masterpiece in n my opinion. Peter Gabriel is an incredibly expressive singer and master of the drama.Continue reading “Selling England by the Pound”
I watched Joe Biden last night. His speech was my first formal introduction to him personally and politically. I learned much about his life, his childhood, his family and his tragedies.This man is extremely likeable. Without a doubt, he will do his best to help heal the United States. It was a heartfelt speech thatContinue reading “Biden for Prez”
Hi friends! Checking in. I’ve been experimenting with a Keto diet since Monday. Life without carbs. Fighting my food cravings is like quitting an addiction. Tough stuff, but it works! Our three kids started on-line schooling this week. It’s been hectic, but today went a little smoother. If you are in the same boat, youContinue reading “Checking in”
This morning I awoke from a dream that I was being paid in seashells for a job. I was standing at a counter like in a 7/11 and the clerk was sliding various shells over to me while counting their value. Maybe all those ocean walks are adding up to a new fantasy currency?
I was listening to the Lamb Lies down on Broadway by Genesis today. The lyrics are very poetic. Peter Gabriel era…1974. Anyway, there’s a passage in the song that says: Suspension cracked on unmade roadThe Trucker’s eyes read overloadAnd out on the subwayRael imperial aerosol kidExits into daylightSpray gun hidAnd the lamb lies down onContinue reading “The Lamb lies down on Broadway – a funny story about Rael”
Bought a trailer to bring my 6 year old on rides around the neighborhood. With this crazy heat, it’s a challenge to ride for long. Teo loves the experience!
Here we are in 2020, and in the middle of the pandemic. I’m ready to start over with a new website and new ideas. I’ve been recording and producing music at home and exploring Los Angeles in my free time. Photography has become a fun hobby this summer.