Steve Burns

STEVE BURNS does some acting work when and where he can. He writes that his greatest accomplishment since high school has been in academia, where he did well and has done well since. He became a lawyer then lost his license to practice in 2010. He says, “Ashamed of myself for that but trying to get my license back. Nil desperandum. Have to be honest here because what is the point otherwise! Otherwise my life has been a matter of good and bad fortune, but in the main I am largely responsible for all that I have done and not done. The details are too nasty, or even worse, tedious and boring, to write about here.

“I can honestly say however that I am lucky and blessed to have good family and friends who seem to like me despite all my failures, and I include therein all my fellow graduates from and at the 50th Reunion, which was just fantastic.”
“Most all of going to BHS for three years, including summers before and between school, were pretty good.”

Steve Burns selfie

Steve at the Reunion.

“Thanks for a great 50th Reunion party.”

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I am an organist in Honolulu—a rare breed of folks who play the King of Instruments! Through stories, photos, and videos, this blog is a diary of my musical journey ... and my family just groans!

3 responses »

  1. Steve, thank you for the frank, honest life appraisal. So glad that you have family and friends who have stood by you. After all, that’s the most important thing that any of us can ask for, and you’ve obviously been very successful at that.

  2. Brian Horan says:

    Steve, it was great seeing and talking with you at the reunion. Weall have our past failures, successes, regrets. I am pleased that you take responsibility for all of yours, I learned to take responsibility for mine, too. I’m enjoying this part of my life, and hope all of us are.

  3. Roger Cummins says:

    I know you hated it but I can’t resist…. HEY BOOBY!!!!. Glad to see your still around.

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