Monday, February 11, 2008


Me playing Allemande from Lute Suite BWV 995 by J.S. Bach

Monday, August 06, 2007

Cello Suite #1, Prelude

J.S. Bach

Thursday, August 02, 2007


I think maybe I'll start blogging again every so often. I thought about holding out a couple weeks to have a nice year gap between now and a couple inches ago. I'm having a good summer. Playing guitar a lot, mostly I should say. If you want to hear what I'm playing go hear, I mean here. I'm also listening to a lot of music thanks to an iPod and a growing collection of CD's(thanks Aaron). That's about it.

Thursday, August 24, 2006


Hi there. Yes I am still here. I just haven't been here for a while. What I mean to say is it has been a very long time since I have posted. Well I have a good reason or two to be posting.

It is our latest mini-series. It stars The wierd little French guy and frequently has special guests from exotic places with exotic hairstyles. By the way it is a hairstyling show, or at least a Moustache styling show. I think it's hilarious. There is only one episode up so far but more are coming soon. Check it out.

Reason #2. _______
I forgot what I was going to say. It must not be important anyway

So my blogging audience, until next time, or next year, or something, goodbye.

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

"It's an awful thing to hear a strong, desparate, fat man screaming wildly in a camp at daybreak."

- O'Henry
from The Ransom of Red Chief

Friday, April 14, 2006

I'm Back

I'm already back and I'll bet that most of you out there didn't even know I was gone. But I was gone somewhere i'm not and am back somewhere I am. Anyway I was visiting North and South Carolina to see my grandparents and sister at college (my sister is at college not the grandparents). We had a great time with Gramy and Grandpa rollicking around the farm, fishing, shooting skeet, rummaging through the local Goodwill, eating (obviously), playing farmball. Farmball vaguely resembles basketball. But there was sadness. The golfcart died half way through the week. It had to happen in the middle of the woods too. But the noble machine had a good life and many miles going full boar around the farm (teardrop). I'm almost surprised the crazy thing ran as long as it did with all the ramming into trees, brick walls, other various obstacles and almost getting dumped in the pond more times than you can count. Then we piled back into the car with what seemed like a lot more stuff than we came with, remember what I said about Goodwill, but everything made it in, and headed for South Carolina. Stopping at the outlets to look for more bargains. But we eventually arrived at Mimi and Big Daddy's house. We went to the Living Gallery at Bob Jones University. That was very good. We woke up at some insane hour, around 7:00 I think, piled into the car for the last time with all sorts of vagabonds that managed to aquire themselves to us during the week, and set of for the long trip back home which was basically uneventful. We got home and had the weirdest unpacking job ever. Somehow almost everything was in plastic bags thrown in the back.
I'm looking forward to sleeping in my own bed tonight.

Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Welcome to the world Gwendolyn

Today at 2:10 PM Gwendolyn Daisy Greene was born to my brother and sister-in-law, Josh and Nichole. This means that I'm an uncle for the fifth time. Big sister Chloe liked the idea of having a baby sister right away, but it took Sorren a while to warm up to the idea. He wanted a baby brother. When we went to see her he decided baby sisters weren't to bad. This also means it is the first Greene family to have two girls in a row for at least three generations.

Here's the proud father with his newest daughter.

and here's Gwendolyn Daisy.