I am finding that on busy days it's hard to do something "special" to #bethelight. Llately, I am not home to bake for someone, or visit people who may not be in my daily routine. I am also finding that I can #bethelight when I pay attention to what is happening around me... when I… Continue reading #bethelight – Day 79
When was the last time you told the people you love that you love them? I think we should say I love you more often. Feeling love brings so much joy to a person's life. Why not wrap yourself up in that feeling? Why not share it whenever the mood strikes? Say it! Say it… Continue reading #bethelight – Day 78
So here is the deal... someday, you will move out of your parents house. Someday you are going to want to hang a picture of dear old mom above the mantel. Mom is coming to visit and you will want to make an impression. Proudly displaying that picture of mom will definitely show off your… Continue reading Adulting 101 – How to hang a picture
I really was patient yesterday while I driving. I can't say the same for my passenger. LOL. Today I decided to spread light by offering to help. When you want to help someone, ask: “How can I help?” and also suggest specific ways you can help. First, most people are not comfortable asking for help. … Continue reading #bethelight – Day 77
Nearly ever person who asks me about my "diet" doesn't believe I don't feel hungry. I really don't. I stopped feeling hungry a long time ago. I discovered for myself that the discomfort and the hunger that I felt was really more like with-drawl. What I felt was more related to the process of detoxification… Continue reading Eating for My Health One Day at a Time
I love how this dish turned out! I grow spaghetti squash and it is nice to have a fun way to prepare it. Ingredients 1 medium spaghetti squash 3 Tbs garlic, minced 6 oz fresh spinach 1/2 c coconut cream 1 Tbs vegan cream cheese 1/2 c vegan mozzarella cheese Directions Preheat oven to 400… Continue reading “Cheesy” Garlic Spinach Spaghetti Squash
This is a great way to have Broccoli Beef without the beef. This is super yummy! Sauce 1/4 c soy sauce 2 Tbs water 1 Tbs sesame oil 2 Tbs honey 2 Tbs rice vinegar 1 Tbs ginger, grated 2 cloves garlic, minced 2 Tbs sesame seeds 1 Tbs corn starch Stir Fry 14 oz… Continue reading Broccoli Tofu
One of the greatest rewards of surviving the sleepless nights of night feedings, the sleepless night of worry, the sleepless nights of “talkative” teens, and the sleepless nights of wondering how to pay for that mission, wedding or college is the joy of being a grandparent. I love making faces at little Freya and getting… Continue reading The Gift of Love
I learned so many things from just listening yesterday. Today I need to go to Salem today. That means I need to drive in traffic. Thus, today I am going to slow down and let other merge today. I'm going to allow others to go ahead of me. Today I'm going to allow pedestrians to… Continue reading #bethelight – Day 76
Learning something new is worth the effort!
I recently attempted to teach the basics of sound engineering to my tech theatre class. It is tough to teach large classes a subject that I think is best learned hand on when there isn’t enough equipment to go around. I was hoping to keep it simple.
The role of a sound system is to amplify and adjust the sound quality of an audio signal and to provide an output for a speaker system. There are 4 basic stages… input, mixing/effects, amplification, and output.
The first step is input. The mic captures the sound and converts the sound wave to electric impulses that can be fed to the rest of the system. The microphone is a “transducer” that converts acoustic sound into electrical signals that can then be processed and amplified by the system. Audio players convert the sound data encoded on a recording into electrical signals that can…
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