The Lost Year

How does one lose a year? I have noticed that as I get older that years tend to go by fairly quickly. As more years pass and one takes on more responsibility, a year as a measure of time begins to mean less in some ways. If you know what I’m talking about, congratulations you have reached that certain age.

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Getting Over It

When I was a high-school kid (oh so long ago), I was a bit of an idealist. Part of this came from my upbringing. I was lucky enough to have a couple of parents who were relentless in instilling virtues into me in my formative years by means of leading…

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Four dead in Ohio

Many people watched in horror as the Michael Brown affair played out in Ferguson, Missouri so many months ago. Having lived in St. Louis for a number of years and Elise being a native, we watched in shock from afar as the events from our rather insignificant midwestern city gripped not only the nation, but the world.

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Unweaving the Rainbow

We’ve been hitting the Anthony Bourdain pretty hard lately. I think we are on season ten of No Reservations now and don’t grow tired of his relentless snarkiness, eagerness to search out that which is different, and keen observation.

Just last night I had finished up an episode and wound up back in iTunes where it suggested a show that I might like: Ancient Aliens. Season seven.

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Getting the Band Back Together

In 2013 Elise and I parted ways due to creative differences. Elise has since gone on to cultivate a successful solo career while Heidi and I decided to stay together and continue to pursue the original artistic vision which had made our group so special. Now nearly two years later we are happy to announce that we have decided to get the band back together.

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