So it was about 50 degrees this morning in Chaumont, NY. There was some sunshine. As the day progressed it became overcast and by the afternoon we had a lot of heavy rain.
Great guitar practice the past few days. Sometimes one goes throuhg a period where one sees distinct progress with the intrument. But those times give way to periods where one wonders why you are playing so poorly. Andres Segovia said that your progress pictured on a graph would show peaks of progress followed by lows. So it's a few steps forward followed by a step backward. Then it's forward some more, & a slight back slide. I can see that with my experience with the instrument.
The photo here was taken in Syracuse, NY. It was a street of Geddes St. I do not remember the street name. I do remember Geddes St though. Geddes Street is pretty much a run down, poverty stricken street. Consequently, the adjacent streets are also on the poorer side. So, as is usual with me, I was driving from point A to point B and saw this photo. It was the flag in the window that caught my eye. It was one of those paper flags that appear in newspapers from time to time, usually around the Fourth of July. Folks feel patriotic and put them in their windows or on their doors. Then, like old sodliers, they slowly fade away.