Tuesday, April 03, 2007

Yet another edition of Aubrey googling.

Aubrey has published two books, with a third in preparation.

Aubrey has not only been recognized by judges and audiences alike, but has been remembered and stood out in a crowd as a star.

Aubrey has learned to play the Irish tin whistle, Appalachian mountain dulcimer, old-time banjo, mandolin, a variety of small percussion instruments as well as Appalachian clogging (step-dancing).

Aubrey has packed her bags and moved to Nashville where she has been chosen to replace Heidi Newfield as Trick Pony's lead singer.

Aubrey has yet to play a full season uninjured in the Indians' minor-league system.

Aubrey has been a successful trial lawyer in a diverse array of federal and state court cases.

Aubrey has served as a project manager for the Afghan National Army program.

Aubrey has handrooted auburn premium angora mohair that was rooted with a 38 gauge needle, which only roots a few hairs at a time.


That last one was pretty choice. But even if it weren't for that gem, stumbling upon this site made it all worth it.

3 comments:

Colman said...

You have accomplished quite a bit in the last few months! Where do you find the time to do it all?

Aubrey said...

It did take quite a bit of dedication. Especially that Irish tin whistle...

Courtney said...

Aubrey looks like she grew up in Idaho...oh wait.....