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Greetings, Bearers!

Just a little aside for you, HERE is a link of our jazz band, Anderson Bourque, doing a little rendition of the song “Yesterday” by the Beatles.  I’m the bass player, and I apologize in advance for you having to stare at me through the entire song!

Enjoy!

Greetings, Bearers?

Yes, as I type this, the perspiration is coating my forehead.  This is one of the issues with spending so much time in a place that has no air conditioning: it’s sticky and uncomfortable.  Oh well, it is what it is.  Our forefathers could brave out the sweltering heat of summers past without modern conveniences, so I suppose we can put up with a little bit of discomfort as well.

I’m still plugging away at the novel and the short stories, and getting closer to finishing every day.  The summer’s going to be great because I can get a whole lot of writing done then without any major interruptions… except for that whole vacation thing.  But hey, who says I can’t write while away?

Hopefully, my wife and kids concur… 😀

Oh, before I forget, here’s a little clip of our jazz band.  I’m the one on the bass.  Just keep looking at the other two guys.  I’m kinda hideous in that video (I hate pics and vids of myself).   We’re doing a cover of Pat Metheny’s “April Joy.”  Unfortunately you can’t hear my base too well in the video, so I apologize for that. Enjoy the music!

And keep the temperature cool and drink a cold drink for me today.  I’ll keep pushing these keys and churning out ideas!

See you in the Vein