Posted by stew692 on Friday, February 10, 2012
So, the horse is finally healed and has started back with just some hand walking (thank God he is allowed out of his stall -- but that is another story).
I had to stop my lessons, because I had to get to the barn every night.
My fiddle is suffering. I'm playing as much as I can, but I really need a teacher to keep me focused. So, do I ...
a. Take violin lessons at the local music school to get my intonation better - it really is bad right now, and such a struggle and driving me CRAZY!
b. Take lessons at the local folk music store, where they have an awesome teacher, but he is more bluegrass and old time - not Irish music.
c. Wait until later in the spring and pick up with my old teacher when my schedule allows it.
Sunday, February 12, 2012 @3:09:24 PM
some times you wish there was two of you use your time the best you can you can only do what you can. were the time goes here there and all over. my fiddle playing rigth now i,m takeing it easy for the winter i,ll pick it back up in the spring when there is no snow
Monday, February 13, 2012 @5:42:50 AM
This time of year, I feel like a bear - all I want to do is sleep :o)
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