Saturday, March 7, 2015

Piano Songs and Guitar Lessons

My dad is having me learn Bridge Over Troubled Water on my keyboard. It's so hard that I can't even make it past the first measure. That's good, because I need stuff that challenges me such as that song. If any of you people out there have a song you want me to learn, tell me on Facebook and I'll try to learn it.

Starting next Tuesday, I'll be taking guitar lessons from Jonathan Cummings, the man who organizes the Open Mic at the Crafted Keg. I am both excited and prepared for whatever he has for me. I think he is going to challenge me a lot.

On Lego Harry Potter, I am almost done with year 3, and have learned Expelliarmus, the disarming spell. There are also Dementors, kind of ghost looking creatures that suck your soul out and leave you zombie-like. The only way to defeat them is the Patronus Charm. Point your wand at the Dementor, think of the greatest, happiest moment in your life, and say "Expecto Patronum!"

I hope y'all enjoyed this blog. See ya in the next one. B'bye.


Monday, March 2, 2015

Mulligan's, Marathon Runners and Drumsticks

Sunday's performance in front of Mulligan's was great. Thanks to everyone at the Marathon of the Treasure Coast for letting me perform. Although it was hot, I had a fun time.

After the performance I bought a pair of light-up drumsticks, which light up when you hit them. I also went to Gamestop and bought 'Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4' for my Wii. I am now in year 2, and I have learned a few spells, such as Leviosa, which levitates certain objects, and Immobulus, which immobilizes objects.

The Open Mic Night at the Crafted Keg time has changed. Come on over Tuesday's from 8:PM to 11:PM for Open Mic Night at the Crafted Keg. If you play an instrument, sing, or even know a poem, come over, sign up, and do your thing.

 A wise old Indian Chief was asked about Daylight Saving Time. He said, "Only government can cut a foot from one end of a blanket, sew it onto the other end, and claim to have made a longer blanket."

Don't forget to spring forward this Sunday.

See y'all in the next post. B'bye.