Friday, July 19, 2013

Just saying Howdy

Moi posted a video today, just to let us know she was still around and I hope doing well. As I have been remiss on posting. And often don't discuss my preferences in music, which often lead to classical. I find this man's band quite refreshing. I hope you enjoy.

18 comments:

Karl said...

"See the love in my woman's eyes and the touch of a precious child." Could any man asks for more.

foam said...

Hallo Karl,
Well, he could ask for a cold ale. But, i am being silly and I know what you mean..
Zac Brown performed at a largish Americana festival that is held in our community every year. He certainly brought out the crowds.
We are eclectic in our musical tastes, but we tend to listen to a lot of classical music. As a matter of fact, that is just about all my 16 year old listens too. Anytime you would care to share, it's fine by me .. :-)

foam said...

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Karl said...

Foam: As are we, classical music is my family's primary listen. Celtic and hammer dulcimer follow close, with country for me and pop for the others filling in the rest.

I will likely never see him in concert. I don't do crowds. (other than the ballet a few times a year, more for the dance than the music.)

Are you feeling better? Have the Docs given you a therapy schedule yet?

foam said...

Well, I'm feeling better. The pain from surgery is wearing off. No, the docs have not given me a therapy schedule yet. In 1 1/2 weeks the splint comes off and I will be put in a cast. Maybe a month? We will see. I'm assuming therapy starts after the cast is off. Thanks for inquiring!

moi said...

Gosh, i thought you were primarily a Beethoven man! This is cool. And Foam was in a splint? What the what? See, I need to get out more :o)

Hope all is well in your world!

Karl said...

Moi: I am, he's my main listen. Poor Foam is such a dancing fool, she tore her Achilles. Yes, you do need to get out more. We miss you.

Things are fine here.

LX said...

Oh Hai, Karl! Hope your Summer is going well.

Karl said...

LX: Yes sir, it's going just fine. Perhaps, a little to fast. Hope yours is going well.

Your Jeep, all Jeeps need roll bars. One with a rod rack built into it would really be deluxe.

Pam said...

Karl, this IS classical music in my part of the world :)

Aunty Belle said...

Mostly prefer silence. When mood is musical, classical takes top place, then Gregorian chant, but Aunty do love dulcimer music!!

I like saxophone sounds....


Ballet? Jes' had a performance of Snow White at the Summer Arts thangy.

So HAPPY to see ya posting!!!!!

Karl said...

Pam: Yes ma'am it is. Hope you and the family are happy and healthy.

Aunty Belle: That's interesting. I prefer quite as well. When I listen to music, I am listening to music, otherwise not. I have enjoyed the rhythm of Gregorian chant to help me get to sleep.

So do I.

My interest in ballet mainly stems from Mrs. K and my daughter, who both dance. Two years ago, I had the opportunity to see both of them and my son, on stage together. To me it was an opportunity to pop of few vest buttons.

If you'll allow me to brag a bit. This morning my daughter placed second in the acrobatic nationals for her class. Pop pop pop.

Aunty Belle said...

Pop pop!! Yes, Pa', proudly pop them buttons!

foam said...

Hello Karl!

Congratulations on your most recent haiku win!

Karl said...

Aunty Belle: Yes ma'am, I did.

Foam: Who me??? Guess I better go check this out.

Anonymous said...

Yup. You won, you need to make it 11X on your score card. Congrats, Karl.

Serendipity

Karl said...

Serendipity: Gee, thanks. I will.

Karl said...

A new post is up for Haiku Labor Day Monday. If you have time, please stop by and throw one in or just say howdy. The theme is "getaway"

A safe and happy Labor Day to all of you.