Re: Hello, everyone
- From: "Cathy Cowette" <cathy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 19 Dec 2006 21:06:07 -0500
"bluezfolk" <ericreh@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Yeah. Joe Tattoo. He kept sending me threatening e-mails, so I saved them
Cathy Cowette wrote:
Does anyone remember me? I used to post here a couple of years ago.
I've had a rough year. In August of 2005, an aneurysm near my left
ruptured, and I spent a month at Mass Medical in a medically induced
and another month at Eastern Maine Medical in Bangor in therapy. I'm much
better now, although I still have a few short term memory problems. It's
improving, though. A few names actually look familiar.
I think I promised someone on this site that I'd let him know when my CD
released, although, I can't for the life of me remember who that someone
was. Anyways, IF YOUR HIM, you can listen to clips and/or buy is from my
Hey, guess what I bought a couple of months ago? If you guessed new
you're right. A Garrison 12 string. For those of you not familiar with
Garrison, they're made in Newfoundland. Here's their web site:
I'm having a ball playing it. It took some getting used to, though,
the neck is wider than either of my Martin 6 strings.
I suppose some of you are wondering if the aneurysm caused me to forget
to play guitar. The answer is no. I've been playing since I was about 8
years, so it's imbedded into my brain. I did have to relearn the fiddle,
I remember you quite well. I was thinking about you in
September when I went up north (Lake Placid, I guess thats south for
you). A few months ago, one of the folks on RMMGA mentioned that you
had some medical problems and were on the road to recovery. I supose
that if you wanted to change your style you could now become a blues
musician since you've been there. Best wishes for a joyous and healthy
holiday season, and a full recovery. BTW as I recall there was a
certain troll here (forgot his name) who had been giving you a real
hard time, he has been gone for a long time.
all and sent them to his ISP, and he magically disappeared.
I'm doing pretty well know. I'd had a ruptured aneurysm in my forehead in
August of 2005, and came pretty close to biting the bullet. Luckily, my son
was home and found me unconscious in the basement, and called an ambulance.
They fixed me up at Mass. Medical in Boston. I'm pretty near back to normal
Nice to hear from you.
- Re: Hello, everyone
- From: bluezfolk
- Re: Hello, everyone