It’s over 10 years too late, but I just decided to play with my Word 2007 blog making feature.

So. Test.

Madness, I say!

It occurred to me tonight that I hadn’t posted anything since my last, fairly tragic-sounding, update. And that perhaps I should say something to let people know I’m still alive, although I also realize that if people reading these posts truly cared if I were alive they’d have inquired by now.

I made it through covid fine. The other half ended up hospitalized. I and the doctors agreed that if he’d followed instructions and did things like move around, as opposed to laying on the couch without moving all day long, he might have been able to fight it better. Either way, he survived and we’ve been surviving since.

During his hospitalization, some things came to light regarding certain lies he had been telling to me… and our marriage almost didn’t make it. We still get bumps from it, and I still am apt to just decide it’s not working out and leave. But I’m giving him a chance as best I can. ‘Nuff said on that.

In the meantime I’ve making music and carrying forward. I’ve to try to save money to go to a professional studio with my next album. I thought about Kickstarter, and even talked about it in one of my one song concerts, but I highly doubt a Kickstarter would make it. One step at a time, though.

I was interviewed on a Youtube Podcast just after my birthday. I’ll embed it below for you, if you’re bored or curious or both. (finds, embeds)

I tried to perform two songs and flubbed them both, so if you want to cut to the chase here’s my latest online concert. This time it’s a two song concert.