November 2009

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I Didn’t know you sang.

28 Nov 2009 | : blog

I  gave Kathy my card this week and she said she didn’t know I sang. so I emailed her.  

On Fri, Nov 27, 2009 at 12:16 AM, <> wrote:

These aren’t all my best and I generally do bass profundo songs but a link to some of my recordings.

Thanks for visiting. Hope Thanksgiving finds you and yours well and happy.


On the right hand side of the page there is a box that says karaoke: hear me sing.

I only did ten because that is all I can do for free.

This is her response

Sat, Nov 28, 2009 7:09 pm Kathy Barrick

Hi, Jay,

I really enjoyed listening to you sing.  I had no idea you had such a great voice.  I sang along with you for most of them.

Thanks for sharing that with me.


My own show

20 Nov 2009 | : blog

ON November 18 I did a show, stories and song at the Temple View RV Park.

It was the weekly Potluck program.  They “enjoyed it” and were very forgiving of my forgetfulness and that of the piano player.  Next time will be better.

Tonight I video taped the ” Bag Full of Miracles” play by the Senior Class Act Theater group at the Sun River theater. The last night. Second time for me to see it. Very good. Christen Olsen also taped it.  Between the two of us we got the whole show on tape.

Solution vs. life change

12 Nov 2009 | : blog

On 15 of July, I posted the following:

“Its your body’s health”

I just finished reading “2 day acne cure” an e-book available for purchase from

It is a very good book and advises good health regime.  I wish I had written it.

You should get it and try the program.

I don’t have acne now but feel that this program could help me feel better and have healthier skin too.”

But it seems that most people would rather keep buying solutions for years than to learn how to change their life style and solve the problem permanently for a lot less money.

E-book tells how: 

Find a link here and some information about it.

Concert at St. George Tabernacle Tonight

12 Nov 2009 | : blog

I attended the Wensday Night concert.  Brodie Perry and friend Chris Shuck(no program was provided so I may be miles off on the spelling)(who sang two solos while dressed in his military uniform. Also three women: Jenny Smith, Heidi Anderson, and Taz Murie sang solos or duets with Brodie or each other. The audience even got to join in on the last number.  It was better than any TV concert, lasting one and a half hours, the audience did not grow tired of it and stood to applaud at the end.

Brodie is one of the best vocalists ever. And the others were very good.

Building tip of the day

01 Nov 2009 | : blog

Warmer today October 31, Saturday and the warm shingles cut like warm butter even with a dull blade.

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