It has been a week since I last blogged here.
A month since we bought our land in Marawa. (The park is looking good - please stop by!)
Five months since I started writing for New World Notes.
A year since Zha and I partnered.
Close to 2 years since I first logged in to SL.
Four years since I accepted my current job and I still love it.
Close to 10 years since I have worked for my employer.
Seventeen years (and one day) since I married the best husband in the world.
Twenty years since we started dating. (Don't do the math. I will save you the effort. I am older than you thought.)
How is any of this possible? I have no idea.
It has also been over a year since I last saw Grace McDunnough's performace of Musimmersion and last evening I was able to rectify this situation.
I admit to being a field tested Grace Groupie. Collaborating with Salome Strangelove on many compositions, Grace's songwriting is pure poetry. Her song interpretation is intelligent and touches my heart. On top of her incredible musical talent Grace is a fantastic person so I was predisposed to love Musimmersion. Still, I was not prepared for the sheer sensory joy brought on by the combination of all original work, moving between fantastically detailed sets designed to enhance and illustrate each song, an intimate crowd that included some of my favorite people on the grid, all topped off by Grace's rich and soulful voice. < Insert happy, happy sigh here>
All I can say is you need to see Musimmersion. The show last night was a preview and the next few performances are limited to Grace's group. Soon enough there will be regular shows and when the schedule is available I will certainly list it on New World Notes or you can find it yourself here on Grace's page.
Great photos from last night's preview are starting to show up on Flickr so check out the Musimmersion photostream here.