Holy cow, we are nearly brothers!!!!! I built a small studio in my basement and I have recorded several songs of our band "The 4 Heads". Everyone in the band has survived messy divorces and mental breakdowns but the band has survived each and every one and we are still like one mind. On my page is several tunes I recorded.
I have been type one since 1959 and saw my last endo in 1969. I have no complications, regularly get 5.5 A1Cs, test my blood twice a month, and feel totally relaxed and at peace.
I am also an ultradian bipolar which is why I am a composer, writer of poetry, and creative in many ways. I absolutely love being mentally ill ha ha!!!!
Ask anything you want, I am always here, and take care of yourself.
Hello Tony! Just stopping by to see how you are doing and seeing if you are still around these days. How is the music going? Life? You know all the good questions! Well, hope all is well and have a wonderful weekend!
Hi Tony,I'm Saskia from Germany and I want to tell you that I like your music.Sounds great.I think the best musicians are from Great Britain .What was life without music :-( ? I hope to get a message from you ...Saskia
My levels have been wonderful! New exercise and eating habits have allowed me to really take charge of it and feeling really good these days. Glad you are crazy busy with the music... I wish you all the success. You deserve it, you guys are great! Talk to you soon!
My control is a bit all over the place, unfortunately. But I'm trying to get better. My band was a grunge-alternative-indie rock band. When I went to college I left the band, but I still have my bass and a couple acoustic guitars. I used to have a friend I jammed with a lot, but he moved to Germany, so now I'm on the lookout for another jamming friend. It's always more fun to play bass in a group. I like what you have playing here, your band has a really clean sound. It reminds me of Anberlin.
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