My close friend and bass player, Ryan Munsey, lost his dad yesterday. Below is Ryan's post from Facebook about this:

By Ryan Munsey

Yesterday the finest man I have known passed away suddenly and unexpectedly. He was my teacher, my mentor, my hero, and most of all my Father. He knew how to mold young boys and girl into men and women of the upmost character.

He was a Scoutmaster, both Boy Scout and Girl Scout, who made a real difference to countless youths. He was a bard who spun inspired tales that took his listeners to fantastic places. He was a teacher who broke down wall and showed his students they "could". He was a loving and devoted husband of 42 years. He was a friend, yet a strict father when needed. He was my Capt. Mal, my William Adama, my James T. Kirk, my Baden Powell . I can only hope to give my daughter the foundation for life that he built for me. I know he watches over me, my mother, and my family. I will miss him with every fiber of my being, every second of the rest of my travels.

I love you Dad, alway have, always will!

Rest in Peace Don. You will be missed by many. 



Welcome folks!

The long promised updates are here! About time huh? I know, I know... I have been busy with other projects (lazy) and my stuff is always the last to get attention I guess.

I actually have been pretty busy. What with the wife's 2 business adventures, Terri's Treasures and 2 Peas In A Pod, besides her full-time job caring for the elderly, well, I have all I can handle! I still get out and do my thing with the Louisiana Open Carry Awareness League (I'm their VP and the local chapter's President as well) and that pretty much fills my dance card.

Monday nights will still usually find me at Lee's Liquid Assets Monday Night Blues Jam Jamming with Jerry Beach, Ted Lindsay, the Don Brothers and my cousins Stanton and John Hoffman. Even though 3 or 4 songs absolutely wear me out, I still love music and playing the drums.

Well, that's enough for now. It's 3am and I should be asleep. Until next time!

As my life changes, so does my web page. Much will change here over time. It will be slow as I am slow these days. Much of what was here is still here so any saved URL's should still work. The things least used, I have removed. If there is something you need put back or would like a copy of, please let me know!

Please check out my wife's NEW Website for her hand-made jewelry!

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