Wrapping up a weekend of concerts and college homecoming

Otterbein College
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First I want to say, I survived! So this past weekend I had Capital Pride Band concerts Friday night, Sunday afternoon, and the whole day Saturday doing Otterbein University homecoming activities. It was a long weekend! The concerts went well and I’ll be excited to hear the recording. Then Saturday … well lets say there was just to much fun had by some if you know what I mean. So after all that, I’m worn out!

This Wednesday I’m performing in Cleveland with the Blazing River Freedom band. They are doing their fall concert Wednesday October 27, 2010 at 8 PM. The show has a musical theme. So I’ll drive up there to perform in the fantastic Franklin Circle Christian Church. The church has beautiful old architecture.  I enjoy performing there in the huge sanctuary.

A scary thing just crossed my mind … believe it or not we’re headed towards Christmas at an alarming rate.  We’re 2 months away from Christmas!  Lucky for me I’ve already started my Christmas shopping!

I better start working on my list of 2011 new years resolutions.

Just a Football Saturday in the Midwest

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Just a Saturday you say?  Well I have been working on some stuff for my College Fraternity Alumni group and hanging out at home listening to music.  Of course if I was out and about today I would see that my neighborhood is over run with Ohio State University fans.  I’m not even sure who they play today but since I live so close to the university the streets are always crowded with fans.  It makes for great people watching but it can be frustrating as you can imagine.  Our street is overrun with people parking and walking to the game.  So you don’t dare move your car before the game till during the game so that you don’t lose your parking spot if you plan on coming back.

So I guess it’s just a normal Saturday here in my neighborhood.  That’s good seeing as there could be far worse things besides huge crowds of OSU fans.