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Kiku Collins:

Facets of the Ninja, Stupid Cancer

Posted on September 29, 2013
Looks like I'm the newest Facet Mutes artist. So far I'm loving my Brusio - which sounds tough, but has a sweet sound, centered intonation, and looks super cool. Looking forward to playing it more, and waiting for the other 2 to arrive. Toys!!!

Spent all day yesterday at a conference. Man, there was so much love, inspiration and positivity. I'm excited to partner with them in the near future for some coolness - some concerts, who knows? It's a wonderful organization with no BS attached. I know Pinktober is almost upon us... but let's remember when we donate, what percentage goes to help people? Stupid Cancer does not claim to heal anyone or help them in any other way than to connect young adults with other young adults who have Stupid Cancer. Nothing like walking into the hospital, or radiation clinic, or chemo room just to be surrounded by [...]
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And... we're back.

Posted on July 6, 2013
Feeling about 80% now, and glad to be on the planet still! Survived a gig last Thursday, and looking forward to Tuesday's gig. A lot more involved, playing and dancing, but I think I'm up for it. Rumor has it that they will have a special stool for me to perch on if I start feeling in over my chops.

On another note, today is my Mom's birthday. She would have been 73 today, but only made it to barely 50. Gone too soon.


Happier Days...

Posted on June 16, 2013
It's been a heck of a week. Recovery is going well, as impatient as I am.

I'm having a sale until further notice since I can't gig for a few weeks at least - $20/2 cd's. Paypal to . Specify which you'd like - one of each or two of one! If nothing is specified, I'll send one of each (Red Light and Here With Me).

Let the healing begin! Feeling lucky to be alive!


It finally feels like summer!

Posted on June 1, 2013

Hot as heck yesterday and today, but I kind of love it. We had planned on going to the gym, but my brain and body were just beat. So, we walked. We sat by the river. We talked. We walked to a place for brunch and sat outside, in the heat. Because the sun felt so healing, so good. We ate. And drank. And talked. I needed this day. Tomorrow, Gym. In fact, I may lift weight at home tonight.




YAI Central Park Challenge!

Posted on May 10, 2013
Crikey!!! We've been so busy that we haven't been fundraising for the YAI/National Institute for People with Disabilities Network Central Park Challenge! This year, the 3 of us are running again as Team TNT. Won'tcha donate what you can? It's always an inspiring day for us - let's ALL be inspired to help others and get that Good Karma rolling!!! Thank you in advance for your awesome spirits! xoxo

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