For those who have been anticipating a Friday piano offering, I want you all to know that I have not forgotten. I wasn’t able to get to the church piano earlier than this morning. So right now I’m in the process of uploading. I should have the piece posted later on tonight.
Meanwhile, I’m trying to call attention to an earlier post of which I am proud. I earlier received the following comment on A Homily for the Homeless at Heart from Lauren Sapala, a San Francisco-based writing coach who has authored several fine books, including Firefly Magic, The INFJ Writer, and Between the Shadow and Lo:
I found it interesting that I was about to trash the post before I received this comment. Believe it or not, I had actually thought it was the worst piece I had ever written about homelessness in America! Thanks to Ms. Sapala, I had a change of heart. I then edited it four times to polish it until I was able to feel proud of it. As I started the fifth edit, my friend Danielle sent me an email reading: “Please don’t make many more changes.”
So I didn’t. Here it is, in finished form:
Hopefully this will give you something to chew on while you’re waiting for my somewhat chaotic version of “Billy’s Blues” by the late Laura Nyro. I hope you enjoy both the blog and the blues.
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