Entries for Guest book
|Name||Location||Your Message||Entry Date|
bless you for "a pittance of time" 'NAM 64'
|April 12, 2015 at 9:55 pm|
|Ed Higgins||Glace Bay, NS||
Hi Terry, Hi Tony,
Saw where you did some stuff in England and hoping you had a great time there. Must have been a bit tough however, since they speak a strange kind of English.
|March 31, 2015 at 4:45 pm|
Hi I was wondering what interments did you use in your song? What was the tempo you used?What was the tonality and what was the cause for this song and did you do a concert to raise any money if so how successful was it and when did you do it?
|February 25, 2015 at 9:15 pm|
|Paul Howard||Richland Washington USA||
Mr. Kelly, thank You for the spirit of appreciation ,and gratitude you generate with your piece "A Pittance of Time" . Not playing the guitar since a left index finger tip was shredded in 1970 , and now owning an old Dobro, I would like to learn a couple of songs. Yours is number one. The other would be John McCutchen's Christmas in the Trenches. If possible I would like to buy some of your CDs ,and the music score? For A Pittance of Time? In my work with young people, and Native Americans, your music, and words may help greatly with respect, and self esteem concerns. I would prefer to send a money order,or cashiers check, and you pick the CDs.Thank you for your time. With Respect Paul Howard
|December 15, 2014 at 3:13 am|
|AJ Kolankowski||Toronto, Ontario||
Hey Terry and friends. I am here at the CAPS national convention in Toronto today. Just wanted to let you know even when you are not here you are inspiring. A few members have directed me towards your performances as I am looking to inspire in a similar way. With music, speaking, inspiration and education. Overcome the obstacles. Thanks for caring Terry and friends.
|December 6, 2014 at 3:56 pm|
|Aryana Rayne||Victoria, BC||
Thanks for your inspiration to get out there, take a risk and make a difference!
|December 5, 2014 at 8:19 pm|
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|December 4, 2014 at 4:41 pm|
|Robert Taylor||Orillia, Ontario||
The first time I heard, Pittance Of Time. I had tears streaming down my face, and I lost my composer.
|December 3, 2014 at 10:14 pm|
Sorry I am late with this, I try to email you to let you know a Pittance Of Time, is again doing the rounds, which I send out just before the 11th of the 11th, just got it out and then the computer turned up it's toes, just got back up and running a while ago, so thought I'd again say thank you Terry, and hope to be around for the next time, apart from me playing for my self. Thanks mate.
|November 27, 2014 at 2:59 am|
|Barbara Hewey||harbour station saint john nb||
Terry when you sang your song at Harbour Station on Nov 11 a lot of memories and a lot of tears you could feel he whole place so caught up in your song and the other song was so good I loved that song the first time I heard it Thank you for coming to Saint John that was so special your feelings are in your songs God Bless
|November 12, 2014 at 11:58 pm|
Though I enjoy a number of songs of yours, I especially enjoy taking a few minutes every year for “A Pittance Of Time”. It is a very powerful piece. It is an excellent reminder to us all that today’s commercialism and immediate gratification can deny the lesson our younger generation so desperately needs to learn: “RESPECT”
Ever since I first received your YouTube link in an email, my family’s service on November 11 starts with your video. Now I have it on my computer. Thank you so much for making this beautiful piece.
|November 11, 2014 at 12:04 pm|
|Karen Cooke||Calgary, Alberta||
Thank you, Terry and all those that helped put these beautiful songs together and for your "Gift of Music" that you share with the Canada and the World. God Bless.
|November 10, 2014 at 12:30 pm|
|Norma Dechene||Nanoose Bay central Vancouver Island||
Your Remembrance Day song, It's a Pitance of Time, has been sent around the world this November 11, 2014. We need to keep the lyrics moving to bring more people to 'Remember' all who sacrifice for us.
|November 7, 2014 at 7:39 pm|
|R.J. Roberts (Dick)||Mountan Home, North Carolina||
Thank you so very much for this great tribute, Terry. It's even more touching for me since I had the privilege of living in London, Ontario in the mid 1950's and attending school there. I am in touch with three old school mates in Ontario, one of which I used to run around with and played sports with. He is also a veteran of the Canadian military and was in the tank corps for 8 years.
Here's my message to friends:
Since I first received this a few years ago, I’ve saved it, or tried to, and send it out every November 11th, Veterans Day in the U.S.
|November 7, 2014 at 5:35 pm|
|Eve Harding||Guelph, Ontario||
I am so blessed to meet people along this ISA path in my life! I knew the first time I heard your voice that you had a unique and strong vocal gift! I just didn't know how strong...
You are a delightful person with great talent!
So glad to know you,
|November 3, 2014 at 10:28 pm|
your heart felt message in PITTANCE OF TIME, hit me the first time I heard it 7 yrs ago. it was in the train station in the start. this hit home for me as we were in London summer of 72. we were heading for shorncliffe barracks folkstone to find my grand dads grave ww1. he died of pneumonia before seeing action. my dad never knew his dad,he was only 3. my dad a lieutenant in the army ww2, did come home, or I would not be here ,ha ha
|November 3, 2014 at 4:07 pm|
|John Garnier||St. George's, NL||
Terry, it was over 20 years ago since I seen you perform at my school (St. Joseph's High) but it's still as fresh in my mind as if it were yesterday. At the time you had performed there your song "Ties That Bind" was being played very often on NTV. I love your music and will be purchasing a couple of cd's after I sign the guest book. Thanks so much for your music, you are a great inspiration.
|November 2, 2014 at 5:15 pm|
|Bertie Garnier||Stephenville Newfoundland||
hello just wanted to say hi and to keep up excellent work excellent job you did on my fathers house and pittance of time on youtube i have subscribed to your youtube channel and i have liked your page on facebook all the best terry thank you for the add by the way on fb its a big huge honor thank you so much very much appreciate it
|November 2, 2014 at 5:14 pm|
|Marianne Giger||Orillia, Ontario||
With your touching 'n emotional ballad, "A Pittance of Time", thanks so much for reminding us all why we live in peace, enjoy freedom 'n can marvel at the beauty throughout our land!
I listen carefully to every word you sing with prayers of hope 'n strength for the family 'n friends who just lost a young soldier, brother, son, man, to another horrific, senseless shooting.
God Bless, take care, never stop spreading the love 'n respect! Marianne ♫♪¸.•°*” ”*°•.L✿√E IS ALL ✿¸.•*¨ *•♫♪
|November 2, 2014 at 12:22 pm|
|Rear Admiral John Newton||Halifax||
thinking of you Terry Kelly as we commence Remembrance Week 2014. Pittance in Time is the tribute to service and sacrifice and I look forward to hearing it played extensively this year. Hope all is well with you and the family. Fond regards, John.
|November 1, 2014 at 8:52 am|
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