j-notes.com: four years later…

Me as a bass player wannabe

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A couple of weeks or so ago, I celebrated my blogaversary (as it is called in the blogosphere…he he!) Many wonderful things have happened since I started out writing about music 4 years ago. I thank you greatly for riding along with me on this fantastic voyage. I am definitely not writing as much as I would like but I hope to change that a bit during the fall and winter. This year, I acknowledged that I wear a old/new hat, photographer. I got a new camera earlier this year and have shot about 16,000 photos with it. My goal is to merge my photos and my writing in this space. Stay tuned!
I am currently working on a photography project that will result in a exhibit at the San Francisco Public Library in the spring of 2007. It is tentatively called “Capturing The Moment” and it will feature some of my jazz photography and some other surprises.
My special thanks to everyone who has made this year special. You know who you are and you know that I am very grateful. I thank my family for their love, support, patience, and nudging when I have not updated my blog. 🙂
I know my dad is looking down and smiling (and wondering when his son is going to cleanup the house…LOL!!!)
As always, enjoy your music!
Photo credit: Big thanks to saxophone/bass/flute player Dayna Stephens for letting me use his bass and for taking the photos above. Yo Dayna, where are my free lessons…ha ha!

6 Responses to “j-notes.com: four years later…”

  1. Matthew Florence says:

    Congratulations! Can’t wait to see the photography, too.

  2. Jhames says:

    Congratulations, Bebi! Here is to another four!

  3. Efren says:

    Congratulations! 🙂

  4. Number 1 Nephew says:

    I remember when it first went up and how you worried about having content and visitors. Not a problem now! Congrats again.

  5. G says:

    4 yrs strong and still my most favorite site in web-land! Congratulations and best wishes in all your endevours!

  6. Theresa Riley says:

    Wow…it’s been 4 years??? It has flown past. The site has, from its conception, always been fabulous. I can hardly wait for the next transformation. You are my music thermometer. Thanks for your friendship. I love you,

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