Sunday, March 18, 2012

Blog Meet Weekend

It was a busy weekend, gun and knife show for those in IND, attending a wedding with EJ  (and yes, I wore actually girly girl clothes) and plans to meet up with more friends later. For there's a blog meet planned. I'll have a report and a photo or two on that tomorrow, but til then I will leave you with a musical interlude - EJ plays Bach.


  1. Johann Sebastian would be proud!

  2. I know I speak for all of us when I ask for a photo of you in a dress. This is must see TV.

  3. Sounds like a good weekend! :-)

  4. Lovely, thank you EJ! And thank you Brigid, for posting!

  5. My gal says, "what holster works best for a gal in 'girly clothes'?"... like her who's over a size 2 or 4 or 6... I'll stop there...

    [survival instincts kickin' in]...

    Wow, EJ did a terrific job...

    Dann in Ohio

  6. My word, but I think I am in love!
    Amazing skill...what a serenade...
    I do hope the dress was a lovely green.

  7. Girly girl?
    No pics, didn't happen.
    So what followed you home from the 1500?

  8. EJ: Sweet. I would have enjoyed listening to that live. The ceiling in the sanctuary had the look of a pretty cool acoustical environment. I totally enjoyed that. Both times.

  9. Guffaw - thank you. He hadn't played for quite a while so he was a little nervous but it went beautifully. His friends were very proud.

    Rob - I try and avoid photos of myself on here, dresses or no, but he got a couple for posterity.

    Old NFO - it was, wish you'd joined us at the meet.

    Carol - thank you.

    LauraB- you should see him shoot steel plate! Like you, a friend with many many talents.

    Dann - Size 2? Sorry, but I'm not much into looking like a bag of antlers. Holsters are problems with girl clothes sometimes. Why I'm usually in dockers or jeans with my Dragon Leatherworks holster. If anyone can make a holster that works with what you need, it's Dennis.

  10. Thanks for sharing the video. After listening and watching, this came to mind:

    *Music has charms to soothe the savage breast
    To soften rocks, or bend a knotted oak.*

    When the Black Dog is at my heels, I visit HOTR for a cure.


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