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Saturday 28 May 2005

The Boy

on 28 May : 11:37  Posted by Brassmask  Category: Misc  
Well, you wouldn't know it from this site but my son turned ONE YEAR OLD last month on the 20th.

On the whole, he's doing really well. He is still having ear troubles. He is due to have the tupe surgery on the 8th of July. Otherwise, he is very healthy.

I'm obsessing over his walking. He's 13 months now and still not walking. He can travel around as long as he's holding onto something. He has no trouble whatsoever standing but the minute he can't touch something, he just plops down.

He's talking a little here and there. "Thank you" is his latest. He's saying "kitty" constantly. Anything furry is a kitty. Horses are kitties.

There was something really weird that happened yesterday. I was home and had the tv on and Oprah had those four opera guys on who sing pop songs. As soon as they all started singing together, Benjamin's head whipped around to see what that sound was. Very cool.

Here's some photos from his cake eating on his birthday.

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Friday 27 May 2005

Oz's Lion News

on 27 May : 09:13  Posted by Brassmask  Category: Misc  
Well, after several months of hard work on the part of Mr. Dave Hymel, our film, Oz's Lion will be shipped as is to the New Orleans Film Festival today. This is a gigantic milestone.

The film still needs lots of little tweaks and some music, but it is light years from what some saw when we asked for reviews. There are sound effects and special effects. It flows a thousand times better than before.

Thanks to all the ManyHands who have contributed to this milestone. Those of us on the frontlines appreciate all the backup and support from you.

I am so excited!

In the next few weeks, we will be working on the movie even more, adding music and credits and more intense polishing. Then we will be sending it off to the Austin Film Festival and the IndieMemphis Film Festival.

Obviously, we are just submitting and there is no gaurantee that we will be accepted but just the fact that we've gotten this far is a wonder. Whatever positive energy you can send our way would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
Thursday 19 May 2005


on 19 May : 12:46  Posted by Brassmask  Category: Misc  
As you can see, we've been updated! Pretty neat, huh?

I've got to spend some time with this to get used to it but look for added fun coming soon.
Tuesday 17 May 2005

New Design

on 17 May : 11:05  Posted by Brassmask  Category: Misc  
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Wednesday 31 December 1969

Joining in on FGF

on 31 Dec : 19:00  Posted by Brassmask  Category: Misc  
Sometime in either 87 or 88, I took a friend to The Peabody hotel to hear this guy that sounded like he was going to be the new Prince. Unfortunately, Prince can't be the old anything but this guy at The Peabody ballroom totally blew us away.

He had requested the AC be turned off due to a cold he claimed he had and that led to a slight "funk" in the air. And it added to the show.

Though he's changed his name to Sananda Maitreya (again trying to out-Prince Prince, I reckon), we all remember him as Terence Trent D'arby or TTD, for short. Lots of people will remember Wishing Well, his major hit from his first album The Hardline According to Terence Trent D'Arby, but I remember his first minor hit from the same album (it was the opening cut) with a jealousy of someone who heard of him first.

Here now, If You Let Me Stay...


on 31 Dec : 19:00  Posted by Brassmask  Category: Misc  
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Two Years Ago Today At About This Time

on 31 Dec : 18:00  Posted by Brassmask  Category: Misc  
We were seeing Benjamin for the first time.

Remember when he was this baby?

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Now, he's a little boy.

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