Well, it looks like we avoided a major catastrophe. We made a last minute U-Turn and took a detour from financial disaster. But you know my old saying - "one man's catastrophe is another's rhyming opportunity" - so I present to you a little bedtime poem.
First, a big shout out to Jimmy Buffett for the parody idea. You never know when "Margaritaville" is going to come in handy, but it seemed to be a good starting off point to write a song for Richmondville in Schoharie County
I thought I would recount for you a really bad experience we had last year at Thankgsiving. We slightly overcooked the turkey and nearly caused a riot in the house - I will explain in song, using Tim McGraw's "Southern Voice" as the musical inspiration
It's all over except for the counting. Good luck to both candidates. i can't wait for the absurdity to be over. But I wanted to summarize the absurdity in song, so here is a rough draft, recorded in my living room
It's rare when I actually get a chance to drive to another state, which is technically what I did recently. Lee Elementary School in Lee, Massachusetts was where I ended up last week, and I'm dying to go back. What a teacher! What a class!
This was a big challenge. I mean, why do people climb Mount Everest? Because it's THERE, that's why. So I climbed my own mountain. I wanted to see if I could do a 20 song medley of Your Town Thursday songs. I hope you like it.
Sometimes these things write themselves. Other times it's staring blankly at a blank page until something comes to mind. That's songwriting for ya. A big factor is the amount of information I am given beforehand. That's where hopefully you can come in for the next Your Town Thursday song
In order to write a decent town theme song you need decent information, and thanks to Kathy Burbank of the Guilderland Chamber Of Commerce, I got it. Thanks, Kathy. Now let's commence with yet another Your Town Thursday song
We may have broken a record with this week's "Your Town Thursday". It was the overwhelming number of town nominations that was received, and I thank each and everyone for taking the time to write in. But there was also a slight problem
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