Now here is a love song that I can get into.
Month: February 2014
Friday Funny: Raining Frogs
Music Monday: Dustin Kensrue – “Pistol”
Friday Funny: Games we play
Deana Louise Got a Facelife
Happy Tuesday you guys! I cannot believe how many new followers I have already this year. I know how noisy the net can be, so thank you for choosing to read my blog. You guys are the best.
Every year, I learn a little more about blog management and SEO and all that fun internet Jazz. WordPress makes blog management easy. Usually anyway. Smile.
They’ve come up with a new page format called Twentyfourteen and so far I like it. If you will notice up top, there are six of my most frequently read stories. I will be sure to let those rotate on occasion. To the left you will find the basic blogroll, archives and stats and COMING SOON my own video clips will be available on the right. I’m still trying to figure that one out.
I did change the name from Deana Louise back to Deana O’Hara because that is my full name and it matches my domain. Deana Louise was confusing people.
So, it’s still me. The face of my web page may have changed, but my quirky, neurotic enough to make Ally McBeal look sane, lovable self is still here. Thank you for being here too.
Have a great Tuesday Peeps!
Music Monday: Bela Fleck and The Fleckstones A Celtic Melody
I am frequently at a loss for words that describe what it is I’m really aspiring to do with my banjo. Blue grass, folk, corny fun, Gospel, what? Bela Fleck is a magnificent composer. While I love all things banjo, the way this man brings out the depth and beauty of this instrument strikes me with pure awe. There is no style of music he cannot play be it bluegrass, new grass, jazz, Bach, or Celtic. If I achieve half his skill before I die, I shall die a fulfilled woman. I’ve never heard banjo played better than this.
Friday Funny: Dinner with the boss
Two Wheel Tuesday: How to be a biker — kinda racy, just a warning.
This video does contain some suggestive material. I think it’s funny and am sharing it, however if you don’t like racy, don’t watch.
Music Monday: I’m gone be an engineer – Pete Seeger
This song was written by Peggy Seeger. This is Pete’s performance on banjo. When I think of banjo, I think of Pete Seeger style – boom ditty. I hope you enjoy.