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Performance within a Performance

There’s a certain part of me that I hope never goes away. As a matter of fact, I wish it would continue to grow so that I may more effectively share it with others for the remainder of my days. I am talking about the feeling of Christmas morning, the appreciation of the season, the reason for Christmas, and my love for the old Christmas carols. Yes, even in my 40’s I still get excited about Christmas, excited about the season, about the old, and about the new. It’s a wonderful time of the year, and if I never got another physical present for Christmas, I’d still be happy and blessed if I could just experience the songs, the sounds, the gathering of loved ones, and of course my yearly visit with my old friends of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Continue reading

Thanks #24 (Trans-Siberian Orchestra)

I am thankful for the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. In a couple of hours I will be going to see them for the 13th consecutive year. This is more than just a concert to me. Below I have included the links to the previous pieces I have written regarding TSO. I have another one or two pieces coming soon. For today, I am thankful for the band, their talents, the message they share, and the attention to detail they exhibit every single show. Enjoy. I know I will.