I am constantly thinking about future posts for HVG and many times I think of topics that I believe my readers would be interested in; however, these slightly random thoughts don't always have an "eco-friendly spin"....
For example, I was listening to Pandora (potentially my most favorite website ever!) when Trace Bundy's version of Pachelbel's "Canon in D" began to play. I thought that this version of "Canon" would be absolutely perfect for a really fun but rustic wedding procession down the aisle. My thoughts on Trace Bundy don't have an eco-friendly aspect but I just wanted to share them anyway.
So I've decided to add a feature to the HVG blog and I'm calling it "Random Musings". In this feature, I'll write about interesting facts, thoughts, or insights that I think you, as my wonderful readers, may enjoy. As always, feel free to let me know what you think about it!
Announcing the First Official "Random Musings" Post at HVG!
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...I figure I'll just continue for a bit about Trace Bundy. He is an incredibly talented acoustic guitarist. It was "love at first listen" for me and now I can't get enough of him. If you dig acoustic guitar, I highly suggest you check out Trace Bundy. And as it turns out, Trace is a pretty cool guy. He has worked as an ice climbing guide, has his Masters in Civil Engineering (which basically means that he is a smartypants), and decided to throw out his guitar pick years ago. Trace now uses all five fingers to play the guitar. Although I am not a guitar player, I imagine that using all five digits to play guitar is pretty difficult.
Trace's guitar pickin' style might be great as background music for your next event. Or if you need some really interesting but soothing music at your work station.
And Trace, if you are reading this, please contact me because....ummm, I love you.
p.s. Today is the last day to enter the local honey giveaway from White Oak Apiary! See HVG's post on January 16th for details.
Disclaimer #1: I am not affiliated with Trace Bundy in any way. He nor his probably very cool entourage do not know I exist.
Disclaimer #2: Although not technically affiliated with Sutton Strings Fine Acoustics (see photo credit), I am good friends with Adam, owner of Sutton Strings. He's a wonderful and talented guy selling beautiful guitars out of his little shop in Sutton, New Hampshire. If you are a fan of acoustic guitars, check out the Sutton Strings website.