Monday, February 05, 2007

A Birth Announcement and Invitation to a Gala Grand Opening Celebration!

I am delighted to announce the birth of a new kingdom in cyberspace:
Jm's Jazzrap Cafe

BTW...This is genuine. It's hard to tell with me sometimes if it's real or fantasy. But this is a real live blog. It truly exists. Come check it out. It's unique and gorgeous. Just click on JM.

Please come any time day or night. Dress in your finest (some are reportedly wearing sequins), or come just as you are. Looking forward to celebrating with everyone. Onward, forward, and upward! And sideways!

Sponsored by jm and Incus, malleus, and Stapes, Inc.


Blogger Tseka said...

Hallelujah! Let's dance!

Moving sideways-> -> -> -> JM's Jazzrap Cafe, where the feeling is easy.

2/2/07 7:49 AM  
Blogger Diane L said...

Yes!! the only blog with a time warp!! :-)

2/2/07 8:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i wandered in (before even making sure i was welcome) and already messed up the place! arg! did someone say it was an aries moon? ~~kj

2/2/07 9:03 AM  
Blogger kadimiros said...

Fireworks, woo hoo!

2/2/07 9:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sideways it is. We will glitter!
(and thanks for the astro info -- I'm going to go check out what you said about the 11th house).

2/2/07 10:24 AM  
Blogger Tseka said...

For my friends who may not be familiar with Incus, Malleus and Stapes Inc who are co-sponsors of this gala....go here

2/2/07 2:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Clever sponsors! :o)

2/2/07 2:47 PM  
Blogger jm said...

What joy!

Love the "sideways"! Hello kj.

Time to get to know one another and realize that the good people count too, even in the "real" world.

2/2/07 3:00 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Leave it to you, tseka to notice everthing...and more.

Isn't is amazing that sound goes from outer to inner via a drumbeat?

2/2/07 3:05 PM  
Blogger jm said...

The result of these three mechanisms may be an amplification of a sound wave by more than 800 times before it sets the liquid of the inner ear in motion.

There's that water again.

What with the heartbeat and the drumbeat of the ear, no wonder rhythm is something we know and pursue even more.
For me it's a reminder of the steadiness of everything and the right progression. It all knows what to do.

I also find it interesting how smooth the heartbeat feels and how jagged it looks on the monitor.

2/2/07 3:16 PM  
Blogger Tseka said...

This kingdom you speak of resembles the one in spotlight over at jm's jazzrap cafe.

3/2/07 8:33 PM  

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