Well, It’s been 30 below around Minnesota this winter and Cov has kept businesses in the dark here. We are looking forward to spring and playing in front of real people not cameras again.
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Ms Jane retired after 41 years with NWA and Delta Airlines.. We will celebrate our 40th Aniv. this fall and we are looking forward to this next chapter in our journey.
For charity, sweat, a few guitar pulls with friends, we put on the hard hats to help build a large Timber Frame Pavilion for Amy Grant and her Vince, in Tennesee.
Might be the hardest 12 days of work Jane and I have done since our 20’s. Sadly on the last day at 40′ in the air, I had a screw gun jam on a 12″ screw and terribly twist my right wrist around. 4 months later now, I’m still wearing a metal brace and can not move my right wrist more than 50%. Still trouble on the piano and holding a pick. The good news is, I’ll finally get an MRI soon and I’m believing in full mobility again one way or another. Amy’s life commitment to homelessness, underprivileged, mental health, and veterans is pretty inspiring. And this pavilion for youth sports, nonprofit concerts, and events is just one more example of the value in serving others. Sitting for an evening with Vince talking about the Eagles and getting caught up on his life was a good time as well. His drummer for decades “Billy Thomas” is one of my all-time fav’s. Hey, go volunteer, it will change your outlook every day you do it.
Next update “Our daughter is running for US congress in WY”.