Thursday, September 24, 2009

Banjo jamming for the win!

Ok, so I'm trying my hardest to get it all done, and for some reason, I think putting my poorly-made banjo video on my blog is more important than my Nursing Research class study objectives. (Doesn't that just sound boring...well it is.)
Oddly enough, when I try to look this video up on youtube, I can't find it. Other people can, strangers in fact, and I know this because one actually posted a very nice comment. Go figure.

So for all my fans (hi Mom, May, Hank, and maybe Lily (although she's busy at the hospital right now), here it is...

11 comments:

Ms. Moon said...

Yay! Jessie for writing and playing. Yay! Jessie for living and being. Yay! Jessie for her light and her love. Yay! Jessie. You rock.

Anonymous said...

This is very intimate art, and, I felt, expresses your new relationship with this instrument most intimately. Great stuff and you should do more. The video should, at time, show more of the beautiful instrument you are playing. No gaps. L7

Mwa said...

Amazing. You make it look so easy. I bet it's not. It's a great tune.

RiotGrrlCynic said...

Awesome! You rock.

May said...

I could watch you all day. Maybe I will.

Sarcastic Bastard said...

Jessie,
I'm a fan, too, but I'm going to have to watch from home. The fuckers here blocked YouTube at work.

Love,

SB

michelle said...

Miss Honeyluna that was awesome and soulful.
Way better than nursing research

honeyluna said...

Thanks yall.

May- I really hope you didn't watch that all day, I think it might turn you into an alien or hick or something.

SB- I should have put that you were a fan too, because I know you have been loyal.

L7- Thanks. I will be doing more, even if it is not shared. An that banjo really is a beautiful instrument. Handmade banjo from Colorado.

Mwa- I don't think it's that difficult what I was doing, but I certainly know that banjo can be hard if you push yourself. I've been playing fretted instruments for about seven years now and it just comes to me.

RiotGrrlCynic- No, you rock!

Michelle- Thank you for saying that. And yes, way better than nursing research.

Ms. Mama- Yay! To you for being my mama and for always encouraging me. You're a great cheerleader, by the way.

Ms. Moon said...

Although sometimes I do slurp my coffee. And you know what? I do! I am grateful to Lily for pointing that out to me.

Melissa Kaye said...

Very niiice. :)

L and L said...

Good morning Mz. Jessie. I'm so glad I came to visit you here today. What a great banjo song! You must have a banjo. I really appreciated how your song evolved right in front of our very ears. You rock in a most oldtime way. :) Love you! Lizzie xo