Friday, March 11, 2011

Friday Marimba Day

After a hiatus (our band is in the process of reforming) I'm excited and a bit jittery getting back on the percussive bandwagon. Perhaps because I care so much and want to provide the best background music for A. and her guests. I am also flying solo tonight, bringing only my marimba, conga drums, and other percussion instruments as companions. It's good to take the risk and just do it. A. is the CEO of Grass Roots Media. Once a month she hosts a meet-and-greet for the business community in northern Indiana. A. makes you feel at ease and at home in her space. She's a brilliant entrepreneur and renaissance woman who I admire greatly. Most importantly, A. is a beautiful person, possessing the qualities of both inner and outer beauty. A., I am dedicating my performance tonight to you.-xo.

2 comments:

Dawg said...

Flying solo is scary - just take some deep breaths. Or freak out. Your choice. :)

Make sure you keep us aware of any future musical performances - good luck tonight - you'll be fine!

Lori said...

Hey, Dawg! Thanks for the kind words. :) I'll stick to deep breathing. More preferably, a short sleep. Freaking out may entail drooling on marimba keys, which is not good for the wood! :P

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