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Sunday, June 22, 2008

SPINNING IN THE MIDST OF CHAOS!

As many of you know our son David lives in Chengdu, China where a devastating earthquake hit a month ago. He works for Ubisoft as a teacher, game designer and developer, but his first passion and only true love is MUSIC! He finally went out to play music at his favorite club this last weekend, he is DJ Slackerton, and the depression he has had for the past month is fading. It was packed and people were smiling and having a great time, no one has done much of that this last month. Music is our son's soul and his way of connecting to the world and the people at his gigs feel it...He will be home in Oct. and we can't wait, neither can he....

6 comments:

Cookie said...

I'm glad to hear things are getting better in China - and that you will get to see him soon!

x0

tattered 'n torn prims said...

I'm so glad to hear things are getting back to "normal" for him...I'm sure a lil' home time will help too!!

Toodles!!
Stace

Dogpatch Primitives said...

so glad your son is safe Pam!

Doreen said...

So glad David is doing better.

:)D

~Tonya said...

Happy to hear that your son is doing better. I had no idea he lived in China.

Glad that he could play and feel more connected.

I bet you will have a nice visit with him in Oct.

I was going to leave a comment about your Christmas in July...but there is nowhere to leave a post? So Odd.

Have a great day Pam.
~Tonya

Miss.Maddie's said...

Dear Pam, I'm glad to hear that your son will be home in Oct. Hopefully the time will pass quickly.
I am saddened to read that Dan is not well.
Let him know that we fellow bloggers are rootin' for him and he best get feeling better soon.
xo Susan