I write this in the form of a letter hoping that you can sense my letter as a friend. If you are reading this, most likely you are a friend or have the potential to become one. Friends are vital to life aren’t they? Only this morning, just the thought of two of my dearest friends lifted me out of the darkness. This month is an exciting month for me, but at 60, sometimes one wonders if age will interfere with quality. Knowing that I have the support of friends even as I age makes all the difference in the world.
This month, I have two big opportunities. One is that on Wednesday, our library in Watauga County, NC is hosting an important talk about what it means to be Queer in the High Country of Boone, NC. This is a conversation that one can attend in person but also by Zoom. I hope that supportive and loving people can hear the importance of our being aware and open to diversity. Here is the link if you are interested Appalachian Regional Library.
As a musician, one of my lifelong dreams has been to attend the National Women’s Music Festival. Though I still haven’t gotten to be there in person, I’m excited to say that I am going to be performing two songs on the open mic this week that they have opened up because of zoom. Below is a link to the line up of this year’s performers in the festival. The Event area is where I will be singing this Saturday at 7:00 p.m. Central time. Come join us as you can. For all of my friends, thank you for always believing in me, even if I couldn’t at times believe in myself.
Peace and Music, Robin
April 9, 2022 National Women’s Music Festival’s Open Mic event SeekHer7
SeekHer7 – Zoom Concert and Open Mic
30-minute Zoom Concert featuring SeekHer7
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Followed by 90-minute Open Mic hosted by Nancy Scott
Schedule – All shows start at 7pm (central time zone)