Happy Sunday! Have fun and listen to the music!
Today is Uncommon Musical Instrument Day!
Odd, rare, experimental, and uncommon musical instruments are celebrated on Uncommon Instrument Awareness Day. Celebrants are encouraged to learn about and play these instruments, and even to make their own uncommon instruments. What is considered an uncommon instrument to one person may be one of the most common instruments to another, and what may be an uncommon instrument in one part of the world may be common in another. Really, whose prerogative is it to define what an uncommon instrument is, and what instruments are rare, odd, or experimental? Is a mandolin an uncommon instrument? How about the harpsichord or theremin? Certainly, the guitar and piano aren’t uncommon instruments for most, but for some, they may be. As such, perhaps Uncommon Instrument Awareness Day is best spent becoming aware of any instruments one is personally unaware of.
Your daily thought!
“Never let your fear decide your fate.” AWOLNATION, “Kill Your Heroes”
Today’s Positive News Headlines!
Click on a headline and change your day!
- Remember Christopher Cooper, the man who was birdwatching in New York in 2020, when a woman called the police on him to say he was threatening her (a viral video showed otherwise)…well, he’ll be hosting a 2023 National Geographic birdwatching show called “Extraordinary Birder”
- Small business owners get inventive to combat inflation
- Dead Solar Panels Are About to Become a Lot More Valuable – a $2.7 Billion Market by 2030
- –7-year-old credited with saving toddler from bottom of swimming pool
- A county fair 4-H bidding war kicks up champion hog price to $100,000 to benefit local family.
- Village Tackles Speeding by Planting Thousands of Flowers Because Drivers Slow Down as They Pass By
- Help Them To Get Help- Dave Ramsey
- Bringing A Friend To Downtown Keene
- Out And About (#9), Adventures Across The River In Vermont By Erik Willis
- Want more great, positive news?
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