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North America » United States » Colorado » Aurora December 13th 2019

Our wedding day is considered to be one of the most important days of our lives, and this is only understandable given how it is the day where we choose to declare to the world that we have found the person that we want to spend the rest of our lives with. Most of us spend our entire lives trying to find that someone, and if you are lucky to find them, then you have to make sure that you cherish them. Weddings are a celebration of the union between two people, and most of us only plan on marrying once, so we cannot help but want to go all-out on our wedding celebrations, and that is only natural. You can choose to book your wedding anywhere, and if you are really feeling like it, you ... read more

North America » United States » Colorado » Aurora October 1st 2019

The entire experience of weddings has changed over the decades. People once only used to opt for church or ballroom weddings, but now gone are the days of these traditional wedding ceremonies. Couples today are looking to add their own unique takes on weddings now, and every couple has their own unique concept. It is not about who spends more money, but rather who executes the greater wedding. Destination weddings are currently all the rage, and couples are traveling to different cities and now all around the world in order to give their wedding a completely different experience. People to tropical beaches, to beautiful woodlands, lakes, beaches, and winter forests and other such locations in order to have their dream wedding, and it has almost become a sort of accepted norm in society today. In case ... read more

North America » United States » Colorado » Aurora May 3rd 2012

I did not expect to blog today and, while this is not tour related, it still relates. Today, I had the privilege of clinicing the choirs at Columbia Middle School in Aurora. Aurora is a suburban area on the east side of Denver. They did not invite me to come out, but rather, I invited myself about a year ago, when I heard them perform at a choral festival that I judged. They were by far my favorite choir of the day, and were up against many fine schools, ranging from middle school to high school. The minute they walked in, and then began to sing, they "lit up" the room. I just stopped talking and writing and sat back and listened. Now, I hear a LOT of choirs, and I KNEW there was something special ... read more

North America » United States » Colorado » Aurora July 12th 2011

As I posted elsewhere. The rant regarding my passport problems: Basically, since my dad delivered me in a shed, there are no doctor's records, hospital records, pre-natal records, blah, blah, blah.. _so_ they wanted baptismal or circumcision records, which also (both) don't exist, oh, and the reason all this was requested is because my mom (bless her heart) and father didn't want me to get drafted into Vietnam (this was the end of 1974, when Vietnam was, basically, over, or at least probably didn't look like it was going to go on for 18 more years), so they (parents) didn't bother to get me a birth certificate until when I was around 2 or so.. which the State Dept (i.e. passport office) finds rather fishy - they told me that I had "provided them no proof ... read more

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