I too have a jackalope on my wall (office). It is proof positive that belief in Peter Pan is reasonable!!!!!
Thank you for the kind words and birthday wishes for Dylan! His eyes lit up when he read the comments which I shared with him!
I understand the lonely feeders.....we haven't seen any around here since mid-September.
I shared your hummer pictures with mom and she LOVED them!!! Thank you for sharing them with us!
I hope all is well.....and you are enjoying your music!
Thank you Bobby! Haha - I won't tell you how many times my fingers got tangled up before I got it somewhere close to being right
I am a beginner with the dulcimer, too. I am enjoying it a great deal. About my only previous musical experience was playing a trumpet in junior high and recently singing in my church choir. I hope to post a video soon. I am working on "Wildwood Flower." My wife made a video of me playing it last night, but still too ragged. I hope to see more of your videos.
Thank you so much for the kind words! Yep, the banjammer has been fun - I find myself in a little bit of a round-robin - trying to decide what to play and what to play it on
I am excited about the song - and I appreciate your kind words!
Thanks again Bobby!
Keep strumming and smiling!
Thank you so much for the kind words about my tribute to my dad!
You were right on about him - he was one of the hardest working people I have ever known. And his family was EVERYTHING to him. He was left with no family in his teen years- a long sad story. So when he married my mom and us kids came along - well, you understand! I miss him so very much, but it sure does my heart good when someone listens to Amazing Grace and realizes just how special he was and is, and how much this dulcimer means to me! Thank you again!
Bobby, if you go to my photos, I have a picture of the banjammer. Under the banjammer I just posted the story about it.
Hey Bobby, got your comment. Thanks for listening. Great to hear from you.
Nice to meet you Bobby
Bobby, I am not sure I ever responded to your question about the banjammer - but yes, it's a Clemmer. There is a pretty special story behind it that I thought I had posted here, but maybe not - so will update that soon.
Thank you for the kind words regarding Life's Railway! I really appreciate you listening and commenting. It was certainly a special project for several reasons
I hope all is well with your family!
My son is home - to stay - and this mom is very proud and very happy to have him here!
Hello Bobby, in response to your question on my videos. Again, I'm no expert but I am fortunate enough to have a little Cannon camcorder which I use to film myself. Then I upload or download whatever it is into my computer. The video files are huge, to big to send anywhere or upload to FOTMD so I found a free video converter on line called "Any Video Converter" I use it to compress the size of the video file and voila I can load to FOTMD. I'm amazed at what I've learned about technology since joining FOTMD.
love the dachshund photo!!! I grew up with them because my grandfather was a breeder. Such lovely, albeit stubborn, dogs!
Thank you for the encouragement re playing the MD.
Thank you so much for the kind words! This project was as much a blessing to me as anyone! While I know that no one here knows the people in the photos, we all have family and roots,and I hope each of you can "fill in" with those you love
Hi Bobby. Glad to be chosen as your friend. Good luck with the Clemmer.