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I Found Love At An Album Release Party

Well, not exactly, but I was there to stalk my latest crush

Photo by Manuel Sardo on Unsplash

Growing up in Athens, Ohio in the 70s and 80s, I don’t recall waiting with great anticipation for new albums to drop. As a child piano prodigy, I’d spent most of grade school immersed in classical music, practicing hours each day to prepare for the next recital or competition.




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Kathryn Dillon

Kathryn Dillon

Life’s a journey. Sometimes a peaceful hike in the woods, sometimes a screaming joyride down a dark highway. I’m on a quest to discover my truth by sharing it.

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