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Day 3: Think Tanks


These pictures are of the fountain just minutes away from the condo that I am currently leasing. It was one of the selling point for me πŸ™‚


During the day it is nice, but I love it best just as the sun is setting and throughout the night. When everyone has turned in for the night and it is completely quiet out.

That’s when I get to go out and just listen to the water fall in it and think about my day, projects that I want to work on for my social medias, or pieces that I need to finish writing.

Lately I haven’t been able to visit as much as I would like, but when I do I find myself asking questions. Mainly about where I see Soprano Musings going and what it is that I seriously want to do.

Do I want ‘internet’ fame? No.

To meet other artists? Yes

Collaborate and share stories? Yes!

Become a music major full time again? Sigh..

Do any of ya’ll have your own ‘Think Tank’? Where do you go to ask yourself questions about your future plans and goals?



Music has always been a part of me. No matter how many times I would try to pursue a career in something else I would find myself coming right back to it. So now I am done with running scared. I was all in on this journey. And I'm so glad that I saw it through, because it lead me to something that I love. Something that I didn't think was possible - the ability to become a self published author. For years I have written poems, my thoughts, short stories, and songs. Really it was just therapy to me, but now I want to see where else it can take me too. So I'm learning the social media ropes thanks to all these social media outlets. Also working up my nerve to face the networking scene for the artists and musicians in my hometown too. All with the hopes of connect with others who love music as much as I do. And to make some coin by music and write freelancing. Let's see what happens, shall we?

3 thoughts on “Day 3: Think Tanks

  1. That looks really nice, and I can understand going there at night. My two favorite sounds of nature are birds and water. You know how much I love music, but that is natural music I will never grow tired of. As you saw from my post last night, my own think tank in the nice weather is our little balcony. Its not much, but shutting off the TV, and just enjoying the quiet with a beverage (coffee in the morning, beer or a glass of wine at night) really connects me to my thoughts. When its really nice out there I’ll bring my laptop and write, or strum my guitar, or just read. Its important to have that type of place in your life.

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    1. Yes, it is so important to have these places to unwind. People sometimes forget that ‘the silence’ of shutting off the cell phone laptop, or TV really isn’t silence at all. Natural sounds help calm my mind and I enjoy it. Maybe I’ll take my guitar down there this weekend and see how that works πŸ™‚

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      1. Sounds like a great plan. We moved from Manhattan last year where we lived on an airshaft, with no real breeze, and the only birds being the occasional pigeon. Now we have that balcony, and a breeze, and sunlight, sunsets and chirping birds. It is so soothing. πŸ™‚

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