This is my first outreach to my Congressional representatives since President Biden took office. I do not want to let up now that Trump is out. We still have the GOP and all of it’s reactionary right-wing ideals to fight against. One way to fight the GOP is the fight to remove one of largest… Continue reading Contact Your Congresspeople: For The People Act (H.R. 1/S. 1)
Yesterday, the Bluecoats Drum and Bugle Corps, a World Class member and former champion of Drum Corps International, released a statement announcing that the organization was adopting an anti-racism policy. As far as I know, this is the first policy of its kind in the drum corps activity, and one which is incredibly important as… Continue reading Racism In Drum Corps
I recently stumbled across and shared a video from when I was a drum corps rookie, attending my first Glassmen audition camp for the 1992 season. It seems doubly appropriate, then, that I now share another video of me in drum corps, this time from January of 2001 with the Empire Statesmen. We were months… Continue reading Hey, That’s Me!!! – 2001 Presidential Inaugural Parade Edition
Talk about a blast from the past. My fellow Glassmen alum Chad Clum had uploaded a video he had recorded from the 1992 Glassmen’s December rehearsal/audition camp. Take a look at the guy in the center of the picture. Yeah, that’s 17 year old me, still in high school, with only three prior drum corps… Continue reading Hey, That’s Me!!!
Follow along with this year’s reading journey! Using Notion, a web based application with many uses, including hosting databases, I am tracking my reading progress throughout 2021. Notion served me well last year and I actually hope to learn how to use it more Check out my reading list here.
I’ve been a podcast listener pretty much since podcasts became a thing over 15 years ago. What’s more, I’m also a recovering podcaster, myself, as a former host of the Drum Corps Planet Box Center podcast for many years. It was a very pleasant surprise when I recently discovered that my niece, Tess Eggeson, not… Continue reading Little T’s Big Interviews
In 2019, I set myself the goal of reading 52 books, averaging a book a week. This coincided with getting a Kobo Aura HD ebook reader for Christmas, which connects to my local library and allows me to check out books to read directly on the device. While I did not hit my goal, I… Continue reading 2021 Goal: Read 52 Books In A Year
First of all, I want to wish all of you a happy new year. May 2021 go better than 2020, though the bar is set quite low for that. Second, seeing as how it is the new year, I might as well get on that yearly bandwagon and put together some resolutions for what I… Continue reading 2021 Goal: Digital Bullet Journal