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I don't mean to be a downer, but I have a serious Blog entry today. I just got a call from my brother; my grandmother died this morning- she died of Alzheimer's Disease. As we geezers get older, we'll probably all face something like this soon. Some of us are gen-x'ers who have older grandparents, and some of us are even baby-boomers who may have parents in this stage.
I thought my story may help others who may be seeing early stages, or even some who are about to face this terrible
I'm 37 years old and taking music lessons - it feels a bit strange (or at least it did at first). I decided to attend a recital after playing for six months. When I asked for a program, the recital administrator asked "Are you Kirk's father?". Hmm - This must be mostly kids here; I hadn't considered that.
It's really not a big deal though - I'm actually kind of used to not fitting in. That's become my style. I can be comfortable in situations that should be uncomfortable.
The other half of my blog. Some Geezer Gamers members may have seen my post on the old site when I was considering purchasing a classic car. Well I did. I ended up going with a 1977 Corvette, but I probably should tell the back story.
The WAY back story. What makes someone "A Car Guy?" - I have no idea. When I was growing up, we always had a pick-up truck. Dad never mentioned or noticed fast cars. I certainly wasn't surrounded by them. Even so, I somehow became interested.
Blog entry #2. I wonder how many blogs actually have followers and how many are private journals posted in a public place; just an internal dialogue that leaks out onto the keyboard. Note to self... We're out of hamburger.
With that, I don't have much to add - not a terribly eventful, or insightful day. Work at the office, work on the forum and then to a wine tasting (have you ever been a designated driver at a wine tasting?). It was more about a mentor program that I'm involved
Why not try a blog? Obviously I am a gamer, but I like to think of myself as a Renaissance man. Among other things, I am an amateur drummer and a shade tree mechanic (actually more of a car detailer than a mechanic, but close enough).
This entry is more about the "Loud Drums" aspect of my life. I played my first gig on the weekend. My friend's band was playing, and their drummer couldn't make it. After the first set I offered my services. Over the break we set up and