How Do You Enjoy The Weather Outside Without Leaving Home In Queens?

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If you want to stay close to your house, watch the world you live in go by, and still take in some of the first decent weather of the year, you might get a nice lawn chair out, unfold it on the front yard or porch, and have a nice beverage for a few hours.

But if you’re in Queens and have no front yard, no porch, no folding chair, and no beverages, you do the next best thing. Apparently you go upstairs to your 3rd floor walk-up, haul your living room couch down to the front stoop, and start playing Angry Birds on your Galaxy 3 for a while.

6 on one hand…

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Thoughts, Words, and Deeds From A St. Louis Expat…Coming Soon

Hello all,

I’m just getting this blog and all set up for the first time, so I know that I’ll have much more to say in a fully substantive post very soon.  Until that time, I want to make sure that you check out a couple of projects that I’m working on right now and links that you should know about.

The University City Musician Documentary Project Homepage

First thing I’d like for you to check out  is The University City Musician Documentary Project that I initiated and have been working on actively since March 2011.  The main link is http://soundingthechord.com.  That should get you going.  There are plenty of pictures and links to all the social networking sites that are related to the project there.  It’s a big project and getting bigger by the day.  I’m very glad with the progress and amazed at how much I’ve learned about the place where I grew up and the many, many stories that there are to tell about others that have called U. City home as well.  Please check it out and feel free to spread all of that link around.

Secondly, I’d like for all of you to check out my About.me page so that you can keep track of all of the media and other information that I’m working on.  The direct link to that is http://about.me/rodmilam.

Thirdly, you should follow the blog of a homie and friend Cara Reedy.  Her blog “Infamously Short” and the tales about being a little person in this world are hilarious and thought-provoking at the same time.  It’s a must follow and very forward worthy.  http://infamouslyshort.com is the direct link.  Read and enjoy!!

That’s all for right now, but much more is coming soon.  Click, read, and spread away!