For my birthday I picked up a guitar for those gigs where you want to spare your vintage instruments abuse. My new soldier for parade floats, bars, farmers’ markets, outdoor concerts, etc .
While out for dinner and drinks in Pipersville, I was called up to sing “Walk Away Renee”, backed up by The Big Chill Band.
Photo by Michael Mancuso
Photos Courtesy of Fred Fishkin
We’re back home from a brief holiday in Florida. Tomorrow night I’m back at Tir na nOg and Saturday it’s Halo Ice Cream Pub in Hamilton. See the gigs page for details.
It’s been a busy year around our (now former) home. While browsing through images of our former home & reflecting on the many happy moments we spent there, I chanced upon quite a few photographs of my wife. I have many things for which to be thankful: Our God, my children, my family, and friends, but I am most thankful for the love and companionship of this remarkable woman, she who is the sole reason I prefer staying close to home whenever possible.
I wish everyone cheer and prosperity in the coming year. May all of us be blessed with the love of God, children, family, and friends. These simple gifts matter far more than material wealth.
Andy and I returned to Manville for the annual potluck holiday party, held in the ballroom Canal Walk Community.
My darling wife before the hearth on our last day in The Israel Stevens House. After twenty years, we sold our Lawrenceville home and have moved on.
An early Christmas present for my darling wife.