Synnie4 January 2008 at 4:36pmPosts: 4169 (0 today)Status: offline
She wrote, that she cannot enter this place from where she is right now, but she very much wishes to and send
HER BEST WISHES FOR NEW YEAR!!
(so I did it for her now)
Some may not remember her, but she will be back in given timetime, now 18(!) and close to her exams for Abitur (school finished then) in Chemnitz/Saxony, and prepair for studying nearby.
She is well and still funny and misses you all, from what I can see.
Any messages I can copy and paste, because the email function seems to work with her.
(Additional infos under the search function and her name)
foxtrotter4 January 2008 at 5:07pmPosts: 100 (0 today)Status: offline
Please pass her my best wishes. I was wondering what had happened to her.
Synnie4 January 2008 at 5:54pmPosts: 4169 (0 today)Status: offline
I will do for sure, Jeremy, thanks!
She used her school computers before and had some problems or no access with them now and then, as she reported to me.
I met her last year with her nice and friendly class, in Berlin, in case you remember. I mentioned it somewhere.
She is the head organiser and money-collector of her class in such cases, a bright brain indeed!
She often wished to go somehwhere, also concerts, but was too young to be unaccompanied. Now she is very happy to be free for this, but sad about having missed a Genesis-concert before.
You may remember about the band and her song-writings, as she reported around here, they are also still alive and well, but she wishes them to finally make a recording. . .
I wish her much luck for all this.
(She also is a very talented painter, if you may remember)
As sooon as she can, she will be with us again!
Ace Rimmer4 January 2008 at 7:11pmPosts: 199 (0 today)Status: offline
Yes, she dissappeared from my msn-list!
Tell her hello from me will you, Chi! I would love to hear her music and see her paintings. Hope she'll be back soon!
Synnie5 January 2008 at 12:56amPosts: 4169 (0 today)Status: offline
I can ask her about the link to their page again, Ace Rimmer, and will tell her about you, of course!
She is nit the singer, but friends with them and did some lyrics.
If you wish, I could also ask her, if I can pass her email adress on to you, as for the paintings, OK?
You are not here very often either. . .??
Ace Rimmer6 January 2008 at 1:47amPosts: 199 (0 today)Status: offline
Reason I'm not here too often is, well, busyness (is that even a word?!). And then, thing with me and Mr. Gabriel is, I realise just how much I love him like, once every 6 months or so, and then I have a crazy Genesis/PG period for a while, and then I remember this nice place and all the interesting people here and so I come to visit! ^^
foxtrotter6 January 2008 at 3:14amPosts: 100 (0 today)Status: offline
Anyway Bettine, how are you?
Synnie7 January 2008 at 8:34amPosts: 4169 (0 today)Status: offline
Back from a kind of family meeting with my sister and her family, now including vivid little Leon (nephew, 3 1/2), big fun! :
Thanks for asking, Jeremy, kind of mixed in general, but not unhappy because of nice friends and surprising events!
I am till singing, but they now wish me to join into yodling, which is not so much my thing, hehe. The older singing group also still exists and is well frequented and more my thing.
But the filmer of a wonderful film about more updated and experimental yodling (amongst others), joined in and since I know him (and he asked me, where he should go, since he loves to sing, but is not trained, and thus I connected him with them) they now seem to think, it should be fun for me too. But once in a while its fun to have this amongst other songs in another group with worldwide song choices.
They also do Sardinian singing now too, very nice! I know this for years and also from a Real World sampler, very recommended!
I just heard after a concert from the organisers, that also the Palestines do some kind of yodling before a marriage, hoho! Its thus more the techniques, that are of interest.
(That somehow reminds on our former cowbell thread, if you happened to join in there)
I can't imagine Peter doing that kind of thing, voicewise. . .but who knows?
Since he spends quite some time in Switzerland.
Back to mum, once you brought that theme up, Jeremy. Since she once got a very nice alpine "Dirndl"-dress for me, when I was a child, not the heavy traditional ones, but a real nice and sweet (from me very beloved) sky blues and white one, as I remember clearly. And I was very light blonde then. How could I forget this? It looked very nice!. . .
Yet, I am not so much a mountain person or close to any Heidi. . .
Anyhow, and how are you these days, Jeremy?
And how do your shoes look like these days, Camilla?
Nice, to have you here, be it now and then.
OK, time to report to Sammy le Fox now.(She is such a fine person, I can confirm)
Thanks for your in tact memories about her and also your ongoing appreciation of PG, which connects us!
Ace Rimmer7 January 2008 at 5:47pmPosts: 199 (0 today)Status: offline
Bettina! Experimental yodling sounds so cool!!!
I'd really like to hear you sing!
My shoes has got a plastic hollow heel with a small stone in it that got in there in some mysterious way and now it rattles when I walk and it's noisy and quite embarrasing!
Synnie7 January 2008 at 6:26pmPosts: 4169 (0 today)Status: offline
You could thus do some street music dances with the shoes :-]
Well, that yodling seems to become kind of trendy here, hehe.
I will make an extra thread about soon, because its fun and a lot of good material behind!
foxtrotter7 January 2008 at 9:58pmPosts: 100 (0 today)Status: offline
Sardinian singing is of interest to me. Is it like the fantastic sound of the Corsicans?
Synnie7 January 2008 at 10:02pmPosts: 4169 (0 today)Status: offline
Probably related somehow. Its a pity, that I cannot find much on youtube. Can you recommend a corse one then?
The yodeling thread turns into rare and strange voices now, with examples, maybe you have a look?
Neil Donoghue7 January 2008 at 11:37pmPosts: 38 (0 today)Status: offline
Palestinians are yodelling???
It actually sounds really great to hear that.
It will be like Vegas in Gaza there in a few years
if this be true
Synnie8 January 2008 at 12:04amPosts: 4169 (0 today)Status: offline
I suppose it just has similar voice techniques, and is surely as traditional. I would love to hear this!
But they would surely not dress like the alpine ones, or have a yodeling japanese doing it for them, hehe.:-]
Neil Donoghue8 January 2008 at 12:41amPosts: 38 (0 today)Status: offline
i may not look it in the picture but.
im just as serious are you are