This is my first exploration into the “metaphorical” side of what is home? I love the arts – that’s where my heart lies – the old adage goes home is where your heart is… so my home is wherever I’m making art. This was a day of many firsts for me. I started the day trying out for the Aurora Arts community theater production of “Altar Boyz” where I’ll be singing, dancing, and acting. WOW! I’ve got a call back tomorrow at 6 PM. Then I tried out at the Loop Studio for a feature film titled “The Mexican Getaway” being produced in part by Mariella Perez of South Texas Underground Film – both crew said I did a good job – exciting to hear! Then I spun my first records – on a real set up – not that digital fake crap. Although it must be pointed out that I take digital photographs/video and not the real deal. Oh well!
And since ya’ll are following my blog I’ll just slideshow some of the other pics from that day…
A blog post of mine involving John Lennon was reposted by @SteveMarinucci as the "BeatlesExaminer" on twitter for the "John Lennon news daily" found at the following link online http://paper.li/SteveMarinucci/1309319899#!stories. I was super excited to discover this link located at the very bottom of screen! ps it's my sister's birthday today... so go HER!
side note – my sister is celebrating her birthday today. Go her!
Walmart updated it's store in Flour Bluff, Texas. In fact it's one of many in the Corpus Christi, Texas Area. Here is a comparison of the old site with the new. It compares the new versus the dilapidated.
“Everybody wants to be a Cowboy, featuring Troy Aikman, Walt Garrison, Randy White, Jay Novacek, Joe Avezzano, and Doc Swicegood.”
This post explores where the wonderful adventure of some Dallas Cowboy Greats fared, which now quietly rests – bolted to a wall of two urinals in a restroom of Wings and More, blankly staring back at those who wander in seeking relief.
An added note (pun intended), check out this song I discovered on spotify – titled “home again” by Michael Kiwanuka. It’s pretty beautiful, which isn’t redundant.