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Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Random Thoughts on a Wednesday

A few random thoughts as dinner cooks (sausage-spinach calzone, in case anyone is interested)

Beautiful weather (finally) allows for a lot of yard work (there are six lawn/leaf bags full of leaves, sticks, weeds, pruned rose bushes and raspberry bushes waiting for tomorrow's garbage pick up) - and the back yard looks much better than it did the other day.

Wisdom from Harry: Music is history - because you can tell by the mood of the music what mood the composer was in when it was written.

Good rejection is still rejection - and means the book won't be published quite yet.

Tomorrow it's supposed to rain.

I checked my calendar and I'm pretty sure that no one in my family has a birthday today.

2 comments:

kkolshorn said...

Very interesting and true obsveration of the mondern music era. Another true fact is that you can tell by the way the music is written on the period that it was written in. Harry may want to look at http://www.dsokids.com/2001/dso.asp?PageID=460 where it describes this a little bit more in detail.

Esther said...

Sorry about the rejection Chris.