1. Play the abbreviated music and start off on the right note on a path that goes
where the one making music
knows nothing about.
©2016 Lane and Lane | All in a Day's Dance scenarios - A Roundabout Solution
|2. One blue note button fits the music to a scenario snippet. A dynamic red note button awaits the longer version of the story and music.|
|1) Truchsia told Charles
that no matter how many advances she made in her life, she felt that she was merely going in circles.|
Charles was listening to her, and asked her, “Tell me dear, have you ever heard this phrase? Only one thing sees with or without
light; and is here and everywhere.”
“Yes, I have. Not exactly that way though,” she said.
| 2) A musician strummed
his beaten guitar, and sang. Truchsia glanced at him in disgust ignoring his tin coin container at the end of
his guitar case on the sidewalk, then quickened her pace to put distance between them. Her shell of fashionista fancy was revolving
like a perpetual carousel of whims and wistfulness.
3)Truchsia was caught in a borderland with her past overshadowing her future, Suite Rebus still lurking in the present and her
impulsive leanings flexing back and forth.|