Why this? Why build a website that is for all intensive purposes just my own personal outlet?
Honestly, I'm not entirely sure. Over the past few months I've realized more and more that I have a lot to say about a lot of things and gradually came to the conclusion that I needed some type of public forum, whether people read it or not. I also caught the blog bug a little bit last year when I wrote a couple of entries for the Community School of Music and Arts where I have worked for the past 12 years.
In addition to a blog I wanted a place where my students could go to get information about performances and lessons, and my family can see where I've been. So, I just decided to lump it all into one place.
You will find a lot of topics here as my life seems to be filled with a wide variety of things:
I'm quite sure nothing I have to say will be backed up by science or receive a million hits but I hope you enjoy something, and thanks for indulging me.
I am a musician, teacher, non-profit program director, transplanted southerner, cancer survivor and college football fan. And will probably write about all of it.