I have not written much on this blog lately primarily because I have so many other social media sites to maintain. However, I know that my friends and family come back to this blog again and again to see what I have been up to. I'm doing very well these days. My business is actually booming. I have two contracts, one major and one smaller, but still very important with a Denver-based bank. I'm also creating videos. I have just created a neat Facebook page/YouTube "program" called Climb! StoryCorps, on which I'm going to post video interviews with climbers of all shapes and sizes. Check it out by clicking here.
In other news, Madaleine and I raised about $2500 for Girls Education International thanks to various awesome sponsors, attendees, and shop/gym owners. Our sponsors included Evolv, Rab, Maxim Ropes, Stonewear Designs and Sierra Designs/Kelty. I so appreciate their ongoing support.
As well, I regularly write on my work blog, which can be accessed here. This is my most recent entry.
Two years ago at the Lyons Folks Fest, I had the privilege of interviewing numerous artists who were performing at the festival and also teaching at Song School the week prior. Mary Gauthier inspired me because of her honesty, love of song, and her original style. So, out of the dozen or so interview I did, this is the first one I have put together. I hope to assemble more in the upcoming weeks. Thanks Mary Gauthier for allowing me to interview you. Thanks also to Tim Benko, the fellow who did the filming, and also to Planet Bluegrass, who gave me back stage passes and encouraged me to talk with as many artists as possible. I have an amazing life.
1 year ago