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Vance’sMondayAcousticPajamaParty #97 - SINGING STUFF

When: Monday nite 2/7, 7:30pm EDT.
(“doors” open at 7 for community hang)

Who gets 10%: The Pine Street Inn - Since 1969, Pine Street Inn, the largest homeless services provider in New England, provides a comprehensive range of services to nearly 2,000 homeless men and women each day. or or

a check to VanceFunder P.O. Box 17,
Arlington, MA 02476 for this web-groovery.
Pay or not. Up to you. Let’s stay connected.

This week’s pajamas = same as today. it’s wet out. i’m not changing.


2/19 BEACON, NY THE TOWNE CRIER; Let’s see how this goes, shall we? Ima try this playing out thing again. I don’t expect a ton of people. But I’m inexpensive, so they’ll have me and you can come cheap!! Everybody wins. I hope I remember to wear pants... Vax and masks required.

I teach and coach stuff.

Good Good Man - the CD - streaming all over, even get one from me.



1) Roasting food you didn't like in the first place gives that food you didn't like in the first place a nutty, kinda burnt taste.

2) That emoji with the one eye open and the tongue hanging out means - what? That’s what I thought. Nada. Maybe it is in response to #1.

3) Hey my aviation research friend of 15 years, even when you joke how lazy and uninformed I am when I appreciatively request info on a project, it hurts me and makes me sad. I’m not stupid, and info sharing lists are for sharing info. Because you Google-found it readily means zip, as any good media specialist will tell you that you and I can input the same airplane name and get decidedly different paths and results. And I am not taking your previous, hard, catalogued research work for granted when I inquire, any more than I’d claim someone doesn’t get to hear my song because they are not worthy. So your “sorry you’re not tough enough for me” response to my open-hearted request to treat me kindly leaves me to remind you - do not ever, ever mistake my vulnerability for fragility.

4) Almond butter, in this house, should be named Rice Cake Glue, because I smear enough on to keep wayward pieces of rice cake from crunching underfoot. For the most part. Why waste the paper towel? What’s a little underfoot crunching to saving a tree? Plus, we have a dog.

5) Do I have the only dog on planet earth that doesn’t like bits of rice cake, but will eat pieces of orange?

6) Maybe I should roast oranges and rice cakes for her in barter for her web research skills. Eww. One eye open tongue out emoji inserted here...