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You might have been curious to know how the community orchestra thing went on Thursday. People don’t often associate Seattle (and outlying areas) with snow. People who live in Seattle don’t associate Seattle with snow. So when it does actually … Continue reading
Can’t believe it’s already been a week since my last lesson. As usual it feels like I haven’t practiced enough to show my face at this week’s gig. However, with the car taking an unexpected detour to the shop and … Continue reading
All week, I floated somewhere between dread and anxiety at the prospect of Sunday’s recital. I almost bailed three times, including at my Thursday lesson, when I almost had a nervous breakdown because I couldn’t count us INTO Lightly Row … Continue reading