Hi! That’s so sweet of you to ask! But nope I don’t do it professionally :) You can send me your email (I won’t publish it here don’t worry) and I don’t mind emailing you, for free, the MP3 files of songs of mine that you ask for. I also quite honestly don’t mind if you share these with others too :P This is just something I do for fun in my free time, and I like to have people enjoying it!
Aww, thank you for the compliment! ^_^ I don’t know how to play any other instruments aside from (basic) guitar.
You were talking about the Miss Minimalist blog right? :) Check out her entries. She’s married. Also she recently featured another minimalist blogger— one who’s a wife and a mother with several kids! Yet they manage a minimalist life. I guess if you’re in it together.. :)
Sorry! I have been sick… and songwriting, I find, is slightly more distracting than drawing. It’s better at keeping my mind off things. Hope you enjoy anyway (: I do miss drawing. And I will again soon.
Love is sacred.
Love is: You, me, our time on this spaceship earth, making magic, consciously creating a collective consciousness, a cosmic connection.
Words about love are words about worlds: Worlds within and worlds without. Worlds filled with wonder and worship and pain and transformation and thanksgiving.
So, I Thank You.
Miss Minimalist writes about the freedom of living beautifully, with less stuff:
Drift like clouds, flow like water; stay financially afloat & sane in this (post)modern society:
Sometimes I think there’s much too emphasis on setting goals and planning futures and reaching milestones. Why not simply enjoy life, instead of creating additional stress? I’m not against having aspirations; but to be honest, I don’t want to schedule my life on my iPod, download productivity apps, or attend virtual workshops on how to be successful at x, y, or z. And I certainly don’t want to create a five-year plan and mark my progress each step along the way.
Instead, I’d like to approach life the same way I approach travel—simply taking each day as it comes. I want to be surprised and delighted by what transpires, rather than ticking off a series of planned events. Mostly, however, I want the freedom to “wander” without the burden of possessions and responsibilities… by keeping my “baggage” and “itinerary” as light as possible, I hope “to drift like clouds and flow like water” each day of my life.
We want to flit through life with little baggage, unencumbered by excess stuff. We want to leave the Earth and its resources whole and intact, as if we alighted just for a moment and barely touched them… we’re satisfied with the barest of essentials… conscious… that resources are limited.
“The small butterfly
moves as though unburdened by
the world of desire”
~ Kobayashi Issa
At Powerbooks Greenbelt 6pm. :) See ya!