Mel is fulfilling his lifelong passion and dream, to sing a song...his way. When recently asked why he waited so long, he jokingly replied: "I was waiting for my voice to develop." Yeah, right Mel. Often joking around, he does have a serious side...when creating and performing his music. He went on to say: "I truly believe there is a time, a reason, and a season for everything. I hope to be an inspiration to everyone, and to show that it's never too late to fulfill your dreams. So, never look back, always look forward, and put your heart into everything you do."
Music is and always has been a passion of Mel's. A good way to sum up his thoughts relating to his music lies in a quote from the famous Greek philosopher Plato, who spoke these words over 2,300 years ago: "Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, a charm to sadness, gaiety and life to everything. It is the essence of order, and leads to all that is good, just and beautiful, of which it is the invisible, but nevertheless dazzling, passionate, and eternal form." The meaning of these words written so long ago haven't changed...they still apply today. This is Mel's philosophy as well.
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Now the babies have flown the nest, you can look at options. If life presents the opportunities to travel, I would highly reccomend or at least, explore RV travel. Unfortenately for us, as the worm turns, we are not able to go RVing like we used to. But I loved it and still love it. It fits right in with my personality of explorer. You are not always on the main trail. I enjoyed meeting other boomer RVers. As a whole they are a relaxed welcoming group. Most are ready to assist a newbie or show you the ropes of RVing. There are lots of RV groups, most centered around the make of RV, or other commonalites to belong to.
I am sitting here thinking of our brief boondock (no fee parking)stay in Merriwether Lewis Park, while traveling the Natchez Trace Trail, for a couple of days. We met a really nice lady and her daughter. We all went hiking together. I certainly will NEVER forget at night as we sat outside the lightening bugs were so thick in the woods, it looked like looking down on New York City at night. Nature put on quiet a show.
Ah, memories, pressed between the pages of my mind. http://boomersberg.com