Archive for December, 2010

New Guitar Tanglewood TW70

Posted in Family, music with tags , , , , , , , , on December 29, 2010 by Luke Farrugia

It will be no surprise to friends or regular readers that I like guitars, all shapes and sizes are welcome as long as they are in tune…

Well. it finally happenned.
I have been playing guitar for 2 years… 90% of that time on my trusty Livingstone (which is a rebadged one of these- the 640 )
I have also been threatening to get a nice guitar for some time, even though I know it is likely years away (essential purchases must limit Guitar acquisitions). However I still keep going to my local music shop and playing everything new that comes through…

About six months ago a particular guitar arrived, I asked the guy what was new, he put a guitar in my hands, (a Tanglewood TW70 spruce top, mahogany back and sides) and told me it was his favorite that had been through the shop for some time (he knew I had no money to buy so it was just some fun) I played it… and it spoke to me in a language all its own, I even took a photo of it with my phone so I could show others and look it up later… I went in and played it again another day, but the next time I went in… it had been sold. oh well… I hung it on the “if i only had…” hook in my memory and left…

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Merry Christmas

Posted in Events with tags , , , , , , on December 24, 2010 by Luke Farrugia

Well it is that time of year, where we take the time to celebrate the birth of our Saviour with family and friends. This year seems to have sped past without asking anyone’s permission, but it is another year closer to the Second Coming of Jesus, so that is an exciting thought, who knows how many more earthly Christmases we may see?

Well I would just like to take this opportunity to thank you… thank you for reading, for commenting, and those of you who are my real-life friends and family, thank you so much for your love, your prayers , support, each individual has made an impact on my life which I want to thank you for.

As you take stock of the year that was, and look forward to what they year ahead will hold, I encourage you to place Jesus at the center of all your plans, “He will never leave nor forsake you”

I Hope to blog more in the new year, but realistically I know that is not as likely as I wish it was.

God Bless you all.