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My Website and Personal Blog

Posted by iSteve on Thursday, March 1, 2012

While I wait in anticipation for my new banjo, I just thought I would share with the BHO community an invitation to read my new blog entitled, "Thoughts Along the Way."  You can find it at http://thoughtsalongtheway2.blogspot.com/.  Yes, it will inevitably contain some banjo content, but my hope is that it will reflect the diversity of my interests and thoughts.

So, in case you haven't gotten enough of me here, stumble on over and have a read.  A writer needs readers.  I would welcome your input and participation.

Pleadingly,

Steve



5 comments on “My Website and Personal Blog”

iSteve Says:
Thursday, March 1, 2012 @9:42:18 PM

Do I sound desperate enough? I can grovel too!

banjotef Says:
Friday, March 2, 2012 @5:11:51 AM

Could you put some grovel in my driveway?

iSteve Says:
Friday, March 2, 2012 @6:03:22 AM

Ha ha ha - you're so pun-y.

Torben Pedersen Says:
Friday, March 2, 2012 @1:24:08 PM

Hi Stephen.
I like your writing. It feel good to hear, what other banjo players have in their minds. Congratulation with your new banjo. Its a good one. I meet some people i Norway who played Deering.
Ofcourse you can learn it. For me it takes a little longer time, than years ago....But never mind. I saw the wideo with Dave Hum. He played Sailors Hornpipe. I thought...that song must I learn. Now I have praticed the song every day, the last week...but first today, I am beginning to hear, that it is Sailors Hornpipe. So..I think about, one more week practising every day. Then the song will be, as I want it to be.
You can only be happy, when playing the banjo.
"Sorry" if my English is like my banjoplaying...Not always correct.
Torben

iSteve Says:
Friday, March 2, 2012 @2:34:09 PM

Torbin,

Thanks you so much for your kind words. I'm glad you liked the blog. I enjoy writing. I published a book about 12 years ago. Though I haven't formally published since then, I like to keep up my writing skills.

Thanks for your confidence in my ability to play the banjo. I'll take comfort in your words as I start to practice.

Steve

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