Eliza Jane McNamara’s twenty comments

  • Re: Brain hemispheres

    I sometimes heed the left brain, often give way to the right brain (with much better results), and definitely find the "talk of halves" to have merit. You might enjoy a book called The Inner Game of Music by Barry Green with Timothy Gallwey (Doubleday, 1... more…

  • Re: Whistle tunes to pick up the girls

    Well, all I know is that a fiddler with good intonation learns to find the same exact spot, within a millimeter, again and again and again...at speed, without looking, whilst maintaining rhythm. more…

  • Re: Who makes the best session / band players ?

    "The best session players have nice/fun personalities and are not so eccentric that they're weird." more…

  • Re: Not my favorite way to spend St Patrick’s Day

    Tracie, praying for you right now! more…

  • Re: Website Take Two

    Good going on building your site! And, by the time I got there, the automatic music was gone which I appreciate. more…

  • Re: A "Celtic" music disappointment.

    Fiddlelearner, having driven across TX, I was picturing you way out in the middle of nowhere in west Texas, with only tumbleweeds to play with. I was thinking it could be hundreds of miles to Austin, and that many people who post here don't realize how l... more…

  • Re: My new Web Site,,,

    Yes, I'm seconding the kudos for building your site, and the suggestion for having someone look it over to get the spelling, apostrophes, and such, ironed out. I hate that I notice that stuff, but I do. more…

  • Re: A whinge on whinging

    Where I live, the weather reports from the scientists, and the weather written about by the local chamber of progaganda (er commerce/tourism), can be notoriously inaccurate, and we locals will even call around if we're going 30-50 miles to see what it's r... more…

  • Re: Please now wash your hands.

    "I always assume that anything touched by anyone is probably disgusting with germs and trust my immune system to bear up." more…

  • Re: Please now wash your hands.

    When I do wash my hands (often when there are old ladies there to see me come out past the sink--amazingly, no one had to teach me not to pee on my hands, and yet I still manage not to), and only the hot-blower is available for drying them, I mainly just ... more…