I think this qualifies as a gig…

Guess what!  I played out live with Jason on Valentine’s night where lots of people were out to eat.  I was nervous and happy all at the same time.  I think things went well!  The whole night, Jason had my back.  It was such an awesome learning experience!  It helps me to know that I can go further with my music.

Grainy, I know, but wanted to share my outfit for a Valentine’s Day gig. You know how I love layers of lace and girliness!
After the gig.

I played and sang (or helped sing) about 10 songs.  There were a lot of people there, but we really didn’t know anyone in the crowd, so there was no one from whom we could get any video or photos from the evening.  I had to settle for a few after-gig photos.

In other news, Mars and Amelia sit around looking like they belong on an album cover. Amelia actually does play fiddle, and Mars plays keyboard, so they probably have a secret band as part of their Meowfia activities. It would not surprise me at all to find out Vlad and Lucy are in the band as well.

Garden-wise, I am loving the little signs of spring here and there. It is so exciting to think about planting and playing outside!

And…I am house hunting! That is an exciting endeavor for sure.  The possibilities are endless. As long as I stay within my budget, that is. But that seems easy enough to do. I just need to be patient and be true to what I really want. Maybe I need to figure out what I really want as far as a permanent home!

Stay tuned for some Vladimir and Lucy tales.

Enjoy this day!
Lynn

16 thoughts on “I think this qualifies as a gig…”

  1. Congratulations, Lynn, on doing your first gig of playing and singing! And you are house hunting besides! Life is exciting for you, yes?

    Have a wonderful weekend!

    xx
    Dianna

  2. hi lynn,
    so glad to hear about your little concert – how fun!
    and a house too?! i’m so happy and proud of you for all you are accomplishing. maybe we should be looking for a house in north carolina, too. we met some people on a vacation who live in wrightsville beach and another family we know is moving down to nc in june. what do you think? 😉
    enjoy your weekend – it’s going to be sunny and in the 50’s here, which is unusually warm for us (another reason to move!).
    friends,
    connie

    1. Hi, Connie! I am sorry it has taken me so long to get back to my comments! So good to hear from you! Yes, NC is a great state to live in. I Love it here. We had a pretty weekend here. xo Friends, Lynn

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