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Bear with me for a few quick moments of self-promotion before we return to our regularly scheduled ranting and nonsense.

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For those of  you in the Washington D.C. area my choir is performing a on September 11th at 4:00pm at National Presbyterian in remembrance of the September 11th attacks. The concert is called “In Search of Peace.”

Before you get bored and move on, this isn’t a crappy church choir. We have over 100 voices and Gretchen Kuhrmann is one of the best conductors I have ever worked with (and I have worked under some pretty amazing directors). Choralis has commissioned a piece by local composer Gary Davison with original lyrics by local poet Margaret (Peggy) Ingraham. This will be the world premiere of this amazing piece. How many world premieres do you get a chance to attend?

Listen, if I am missing the first Bucs game (and all of the other football games) of the season to sing it, you know it is important.

Tickets are between $40 and $100 with discounts available for students or active duty military.

If you are prone to crying bring some tissues. This is going to be amazing.

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Have you been over to my Babble Voices blog yet? It is pretty awesome over there. Okay, fine. It is just like this, but over there. And instead of laser eyes and an exploding head I have a cleaver in my header.

Please go over and check it out or at least pretend you checked it out and just hit like. No one will know the difference and it will make me look good.

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If you aren’t reading Draft Day Suit you are totally missing out. Truly. You don’t even have to really like sports to enjoy it. Those people are hilarious!

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The same is true for Insert Eyeroll. Just know ahead of time it is satire. (Some commenters didn’t get that memo.)

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And last but not least, I still sell swag, so if you need anything branded (did you see the awesome nail polish and power strips I made for the Clever Girls?) please let me know. I have lots of super cool ideas for you.

Seriously? How cool are these?

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Thank you for your time.

As you were.

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  1. i didn’t know you were a singer. that’s totally cool.

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