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"And now, my sons, remember, remember that it is upon the rock of our Redeemer,
who is Christ, the Son of God, that ye must build your foundation; that when the devil shall send forth his mighty winds, yea,
his shafts in the whirlwind, yea, when all his hail and his mighty storm shall beat upon you, it shall have no power over you to
drag you down to the gulf of misery and endless wo, because of the rock upon which ye are built, which is a sure foundation,
a foundation whereon if men build they cannot fall."
Courtesy of Scott Kurtz
Bravo! Middle school at that, too!
My son is in high school band and plays trombone. He also plays bass guitar like his dad.
These students practiced every day before school. This son is also in the high school marching band and the middle school symphonic band. He also helped out with the orchestra since they needed a few woodwinds for the numbers they were doing.
He will continue his tradition of music into high school.
So, you play the bass guitar? I always wanted to learn how to play any guitar...just never got the chance. Someday, perhaps.
Some of my happiest memories...ok...well, maybe my only real happy memories from Keller schools are from middle school and high school band. We had a pretty good stage band in those days, and competitions were a lot of fun.
Steve! Greetings from a fellow bass player! I just bought a new toy....an Ibenez acoustic bass. It is a lot different than my upright bass, but boy is it ever a lot of fun.
kelly - they are hot! we just love band kids here - they have the best senses of humor and everything else.
our son (who plays just about EVERYTHING) will tell trumpet jokes to our daughter like - "how can you tell a trumpet player from the rest of the band?" "the trumpet player's car is the one with the DOMINOES PIZZA delivery sign on the top of it!"
there are so many they go back and forth on - my husband and i laugh ourselves inside out sometimes because they are so, well i'll just say it - THEY'RE LAME!
if you get a chance - go see my comment back to you on my broom/propeller post - set all drinks and/or food down!
Nanc, know how you can tell if the room is level?
The bass player has drool coming off BOTH sides of his mouth.....
Nanc, I share that broom 'story' a lot. Gets quite a few laughs. I still laugh every time I tell it.
Nanc, Oh and band jokes have lots of 'insides' to them.
Nanc, I told the pizza delivery-trumpet player joke to my 15 year old marching band son.
He got it! LOL...I still don't.
well, the propeller was too large for the broom, after all, and we installed it as a wind turbine on the post on the patio this last week - it tends to keep the neighborhood about 5-7 degrees cooler on these hot days...oh boo...
I LOVE BAND GEEKS!
p.s. - i don't get that joke either, but bandos get it. when you figger it out, let me know - 'kay?
phelonius - BWAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHA!
Okay, James, which joke are you laughing at, the band joke or the broom joke?
Come on, fess up.
i'm sorry about not having you on my blogroll - i thought i did - having troll problems, i never link from anyone's blogroll unless it's a new one - that way, they cannot trail me.
Hey, Nanc, all is cool! I am like that, too. In fact, I didn't realize I wasn't on there until you mentioned Phelonius being added.
the broom thing is NOT a joke - i repeat - it is not a joke! these things really happen to me...oh boo...
Oh...but Nanc, it is still REALLY funny!!
I believe you though...as I said, I live with a different kind of comedian...one who tells the most horrid puns...he rates his humor by the volume of the groan. ;)
not very punny, eh?
The other day he got a 10 sided die thrown at him for a remark during a game we were playing with friends.
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