Captain’s Log 4,488
This kid is amazing. And yes, his lip syncing isn’t very good. He was only nine years old when he did this. He also doesn’t speak English. Listen and be inspired.
To have such a gift – and to be able to use it. I am blown away.
When I went out to feed the birds this morning, it actually felt cool. There was a bit of mist clinging to the air. My guess is that is a sign of fall. We really DO have seasons here in San Diego, but they are subtle. Putting on socks means it’s winter. Things like that.
I went to Home Depot yesterday to get some ideas for a large piece of art I want to create. Something like this only more random and not with such clean lines. More abstract. Should be fun.
I have a very busy day today and that does not please me. I had hoped to leave early but that does not seem like a possibility now. Guess it’s the price I pay for being away yesterday. I hate paying that piper.
I have been knocking my brain to try to figure out how to create a symphonic orchestra with cars, African drummers, a children’s group that plays strings, and a composer of radical music. I can’t even begin to fathom what that might cost. I also want to dress up the cars in tuxedos. I have no idea about that either.
Speaking of dressing up cars, we finished the Steampunk hat for Luigi, the museum’s mascot.
Such a handsome fellow!
Hopefully, he will draw some visitors to the museum. We also have a cut-out (stick your face in the hole and take a picture kind of thing) and some music playing out there. Make a little noise and have a little fun. The older I get, the more I rely on visuals for fun.
Daylight is burning, so I guess it’s off to the Confederacy.