Happy Birthday, Nik!
Hi, everyone! Long time, no see!
I have changed residences since the last time I posted on this website. I’m pretty sure I haven’t visited this website or posted to it since 2018 until today.
Much information about me that I posted before still pertains or relates to me in one way or another. There are a few slight things that I think I have changed my mind about. Also, some of my memberships and activity emphases have changed.
However, at the moment, I am highly functional and once again appreciate the activities and fields of interest I used to enjoy and cultivate, as well as, perhaps, some new ones, or at least new levels of skill, knowledge, appreciation, resource development, strategy development, relationships, and so on, around old subjects.
Well, there’s usually so much to say these days when people are positive and listening, but that’s often just another reason to shut up unless someone really requests or shows interest in listening.
If I really want to get it out, ultimately, I can just interact with G-d about it now pretty much whenever I want to except when He is using His requirement to love others to move my relationship with Him into a place of greater trust and intimacy.
At the same time, it pretty much is guaranteed that such interactions with people will naturally and unavoidably bring them closer to Him too, since no one can avoid any longer loving me at least on some level and, since G-d is first place in my heart at this point, they find that they have to allow for G-d to enter their lives just so they can have to any degree the intimacy they desire with me.
Perhaps before I go and leave you hanging for a while, since I certainly haven’t written nearly everything there is to write, I’ll point out that there are many kinds of intimacy and many flavors of love.
If you want to witness some of the very passionate intimacy that sometimes can be achieved through intellectual or holy music and its non-sexualized performance, just check out some of the last music posts on my facebook page from yesterday (2/17/2021).
Mozart’s requiem was especially appropriate for Ash Wednesday, but if you somehow find yourself getting too entangled in unwanted sexual distractions or inuendos to fully appreciate and enjoy the requiem and its holy connection to G-d, I recommend that you listen to the version of Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana that I posted.
With all of this, I recommend you only listen up to the point where you want to stop, until you are ready, if you ever are ready.
If you are comfortable listening to the whole thing, go for it. If you only can stand 3 seconds, stop at the end of 3 seconds.
Then let it go, unless the interest comes upon you to listen more in the future. Listen if you want to. If you don’t want to listen, don’t, unless it is harming you or others you love.
Okay, enough for now, mostly. My contact information from this web page has not changed, except that you can E-mail me now at JennifersEdutainment1@GMail.Com if you want to, and you can find me on facebook and twitter.
Feel free to try to friend me. I will decide whether or not to accept and might accept after waiting or preparing and considering things first.
Bye for now. Keep in touch. I love you, whoever you are.
Be well. Be at peace with G-d. May your future be filled with abundant blessings and a close, deep, personal relationship with the Lord, however you define Him.
Remember that for Him, reciprocal love is more important than dictatorship-style power.
He only applies strict punishment when reciprocal love and putting Him first is sufficiently absent.
Until we meet again,
Jennifer S. Elliott
2/18/2021, before 6 a.m.
P.S. I will try to put up some links to my facebook page, my twitter feed, and perhaps a select few others.
Thanks for visiting my blog. For now, I encourage you to read my profile, come to the free Santa Fe Community Orchestra concerts I play in, and call or text me at any time at 505 570 7017.
Currently, I have a year-long membership to Meow Wolf and am part way into a month-long membership at Make Santa Fe, where I have my certification to use the laser cutter. If you would like me to work with you to do laser cutting for you from a vector file (line width at .001 inches) or engraving from a raster file or a vector file with line width greater than .001 inches, please let me know. Also, if you would like me to do 3D printing for you from a .stl file and if you are willing to sponsor my 3D printing certification for $35, please let me know.
In addition, I do private academic tutoring in almost any area you can name, tutoring in Digital Media Arts, office technology setup, and private violin lessons for $35/hour, negotiable. Feel free to make a request for me to send you my resume via E-mail.
Currently, my favorite music includes Massenet’s “Meditation” from Thais and King Crimson’s “Walking on Air” from Thrak. My favorite movies are “The Neverending Story” and “Transcendence”. My favorite video games are “Civilization V”, “Physics”, “Township”, “Columns Crown Advance”, and “F0-GX”. My favorite intellectual games are chess and Sudoku. My favorite sports are tennis, basketball, skiing, snowboarding, and swimming. I walk on the Jewish Sabbath to and from religious services. My favorite books are scripture, Macroscope by Piers Anthony, Watership Down by Richard Adams, and A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens. My favorite political candidate is Bernie Sanders, but I currently support Hillary Clinton for President of the United States.
I play the violin with the Santa Fe Community Orchestra and sing with local religious choirs. I have a degree, Summa Cum Laude, from UNM in Biology (a B.S.) with a minor in Journalism and Mass Communications and own a small business, Jennifer’s Edutainment, from which I do tutoring and violin lessons. My work experience is mostly in the field of education, though my highest career interest is in food, my recommended field of work is construction, and I do side projects in things like writing, game design, graphic design, and video game design.
My dad worked as a Physicist (mainly working on fusion, Graphical Information Systems, computers, and traffic studies), my mom was an artist and Biologist (mainly in the areas of gastroenterology and neurobiology), and my brother has a degree in Electrical Engineering, with a specialization in Fiber Optics. He is my only biological sibling and is happily married to his first wife.
He has 8 biological children and two foster children. His four biological daughters are Tamara Leah Elliott Iscovich (she was married last summer and recently had a baby boy), Chaya Sarah Elliott, Chavi Rachel Elliott, and Ester Rivka Elliott. His four biological boys are Binyamin Elliott, David Elliott, Moshe Elliott, and Levi Yitzhak Elliott. The foster boy is Menachim, and I don’t yet know the names of Tamara’s son or the foster girl.
I have three uncles on my dad’s side and one aunt on my mom’s side, as well as many cousins. My grandparents and great grandparents are deceased, mostly dying in my lifetime.
Most of my pets were birds: cockatiels, finches, and parakeets. I get along well with dogs, though I have never owned one.
Feel free to contact me about anything here, anything in my profile, or anything of personal interest at any time by text or phone call at 505 570 7017, and feel free to leave voice mail. If you see me in person, at a concert or otherwise, feel free to say “Hi” and chat.
Thanks for your interest! I hope you have a great day and many blessings!