On April 23, 2023, Jaye died from Acute Respiratory Syndrome, she was 73. Jaye and I have been together since Valentine's Day 1987. To say I will miss her is more of an understatement than you can imagine. I'm more than glad we had at least 36 years together, I don't know how I'll go on with out her, but Nuala our cat and I will manage.
Jaye not only played the harp, guitar, and accordion, she was a quilter, cross stitcher, beader, embroiderer, and more. Her dying is a terrible loss, we will miss her so very much. As I have said, I am more than lucky to have shared 36 years with her, things just kept getting better for us and I thank you Jaye for being you and being with me.
I love you Jaye, and I miss you.
Thank you for visiting my site. I've put up information about Harps and music, some photos of harps, and I've added a few small sound files of me playing my big cross strung harp. I've also written an article on how to make a case for your harp and I'll be adding more material to this page in the future.
I Did It So Can You, is more than a book about losing weight, it also covers relaxation techniques, exercise, stress reduction, and attitude. Its a distillation of the many techniques that have kept me alive for the last 30 years through a series of physical and mental-health challenges. These are the methods I used to go from a depressed, couch bound, fibromyalgia patient, 100 pounds overweight, to a cheerful, vibrant, triking harper.