Liebe Blog-Besucher/innen,

Dear visitors of my blog,

 

herzlich willkommen in meinem Blog! Welcome to my blog!
 

Cause my paralyzes and pains got too threatening and to avoid a paraplegia, I had to undergo an upper spine-surgery on Monday 8th of June. I thought I was on track again ...

 

But on Friday I took an ordinary walk and my right leg slipped due to dusty dry earth and my legs and the rest of me slipped downhill, several meters. I know from Ninjutsu how to fall, and I don't have any outer injuries inspite of rolling over several times ... However some hours later I realized, paralyzes started to return and incredible pain in legs, arms/hands and ... in the upper spine.

Had a horrifying dream (at least I thought it was "just" a typical drama-queen-dream) of how one of the implanted cages was breaking into my vertebral body and dangling on the other side. Well, it wasn't just a dream but a vision as has shown in hospital.

 

So I will need another spine-surgery on Friday 3rd of July and a long recovery time with my new "stiff-neck-friend". Seems, that, after all, I had a lot of "luck" ... I was told today, this fall could have easily been my last or have led straight into tetra-/paraplegia.

 

Anyhow ... wishing I had not chosen to take a walk last Friday.

This is the power of fate and now I know what the "Blasted Oak" in my Greenwood-reading was trying to tell me ... a (too) late insight however ... ;).

 

In terms of blogging and composing ... please bear with me, light a candle here and there for my smooth recovery, if you feel inclined to do so ... hoping to survive and recover soon, YES!

 

Also, I do not know how to pay my upcoming bills, as due to Corona and now due to my spine-problems I was/am not able to perform live-music, -poetry and -rituals nor give readings ... but I do have a lot of additional medical bills to deal with. I'd be grateful if you could support my survival with a donation! After my recovery I will be more than ready and happy to continue working for you ... that is providing readings/counselling/lectures and of course blog-entries. This however will require some time and homepage-updating, which won't be possible for me at the moment.

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Thank you!

 

Photos © Ann-Uta Beißwenger 2020: 1. Taken from Greenwood-Tarot by Mark Ryan and Chesca Potter 1996. 2. AnU with stiff-neck-friend 2nd of July 2020

 

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Rocks and Pebbles (Laguz) - feat. AnU, E-Guitar, Modern Concert Flute, Drums'n'Bass, Synth ...

Blog-Wise >>

09.04.2019:

First steps in Logic Part two: Wanted to experiment with rhythm-patterns, bass-line and vocals ... anyhow ... could not proceed as I had thought I could ... that is ... sticking to my "trick" to produce in another DAW and then continue and finish mastering in simple Audacity. Does not work with Logic (tried various options in different formats), too much loss of quality when using too many tracks ... *argx ... So ... finally produced the whole thing in Logic as I am supposed to do according to my academy-training ... can't wait (but have to) for the day, I succeed to manage the whole mastering-process in Logic ... ahem ... 

Had to add two tracks of guitar to feel better about it :) ... My "dear SuperSwede" saved me from desperation once again ... 

 

10.04.2019:

Morning: Finally found a way to get it done ... New Vocals, remastered Mix ....: Never give up trying :))

Evening: New arrangement .... added Modern Concert Flute(s) .... provided more space for instrumental parts ...: = peace between Diva (Modern Concert Flute) and SuperSwede *sigh ...

 

11.04.2019

Logic meets Audacity ... Different Vocals this time recorded with Audacity  ... much more natural ... 

 

 

⇒ Audio

 

Please note and respect: Vocals, Lyrics, E-Guitar, Modern Concert Flute, Loops-/Midi-Arrangement, Composition, Audio-Engineering © Ann-Uta Beißwenger 2019

 

 

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