Starting the Harp 🙂


Something called and it was a harp. I’m going to be spending more time with this harp(as I just wanted to start and familiarize myself with/begin the journey of this instrument alongside the continuing of the 🎹). Here is day 1 with some glissando play to start off! With d and g accidentals- Also, variances of the harp are ancient…. some of the earliest known origin history of the harp is pretty interesting, so I thought I’d share some of the early history that I came across.

-Harps were widely used in ancient Mesopotamia.
-Some of these harps were angled harps with 12 to 15 strings and similar to the bowed instruments played in Egypt at about the same time.
-Depictions of the harp survive from Egypt and Mesopotamia from about 3000 BCE.
-In Egypt, bow harps were some of the oldest types of harps used.
-A small carved Cycladic marble seated harp player sculpture was found and it’s from around 2800-2700 BC.

The first video from October 19th (the first day that I got it):


The second video from Nov 6:




It’s October! So I wanted to try something different. So here we go!


Pictures taken by Mic King.



Hey! The days of September and the meeting of seasons are here.  So are the meeting of styles. The blazer meets the top, and just as warmth meets cool.

Pics are taken by M King



A Little Spark goes a long way

Hey you! So I’m coming with a new combination and singing snippet. This time with my trusty form fitting overalls with a sheer sparkle top and a beret; this style combination is a mixture of eras, which I feel we are in a mixture of style eras now as a whole.

I tend to like that, the choice to wear whatever cut and combine with another.


a little spark goes a long way