Cross-Country Connections: Music

Cross-Country Connections is a Biodork weekly blog entry dedicated to telling stories in pictures of three family members – me, my sister and Mom – living in very different locations across the country. Well, now that Mom defected to Maryland to be closer to one of her two children it’s a little less cross-country, but Minnesota to Maryland still qualifies for the name, IMO. Anyway, back to the regular script: Every week we choose a different theme and then take or contribute a personal photo that fits the theme. This week’s theme is Music.

From Erin in Takoma Park, Maryland:

Black cat reaching out a paw to touch a spinning record on a turntable.

Oliver’s new name is Funk Master O. He’s super into 70s funk and R&B. (Sorry it’s blurry, its the best out of 20 shots).

From Mom in Hagerstown, Maryland:

Large book of CDs flopped open on the floor.
No idea why I moved over 300 CDs. Unless I play them in my car I don’t even have a player.

From me in Minneapolis, Minnesota:

Computer program snapshot of a Sim house with a teen Sim singing into a microphone, surrounded by keyboard, drum set and two guitars. Other rooms of the house can be seen in the background. One other Sim in the foreground, gardening.
Heh. Total cheat. I took this picture with my in-app camera on my iPad. I’m working my way through the Sims FreePlay Teen Idol Challenge/The Road to Fame quest.

Cross-Country Connections: Music
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One thought on “Cross-Country Connections: Music

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