Hello and Welcome! Come on over and sit for a spell. OK, it is a bit chilly, but I will get you a steaming mug of super strong dark roast, a (largish) cuppa tea, hot cocoa or some other warm beverage. Weather has been odd, but mostly seasonable. We did have some rain and those awful grey days that November is known for. Today should be nice, though. Oh, were are we? Some of you may recognize the photo at the top as coming from New Hampshire.
OK, the first big thing – why have I been in New Hampshire so much? Well, last week Massachusetts put NH on the list of banned states, which means if I went down there I would be stuck at my house. I’d have to register and they would call me 4 times a day to ensure I was at my house. If I didn’t register or was caught off of my property, it would $500 a day per person fine! So I stayed in NH…
I did take some time off. I didn’t do a lot beyond the typical work (Modnay and Tuesday), dog walk and play (it poured rain all day Thursday, so no outside time), exercise and run.
The big thing I did was record. You may remember that I recently picked up a new synthesizer. I also had revamped my studio earlier this year (I was using equipment and software that ranged from 10 years old to 23 years old! Can you say “Windows XP”?) This was not only a first recording with the new synth, but a first recording on the new computer, new software, etc. I will post the resulting video at the bottom of the page. I also did a “first impressions” post for the new synth.
And that is about it. Thursday was Thanksgiving, but it was a very quiet day.
As I said, it is supposed to be a nice day and I have not been out yet, so I have to go and take a walk as I decide what to do for the rest of the day.
Thanks for stopping by! f you have a coffee share, I will try to stop in and say hi, but I will admit that my blogging time has been limited recently, and visiting has been down :(
Have a great weekend!
The coffee share is hosted over on Eclectic Alli. I have not seen a link up – I’ll post one once it has been set up :).
Here is the video: