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March 2004

March 4, 2004 10:17

Oh I am so happy that violin is going so well. Because I've been practicing hard its really taken off and I'm playing hard repetoire, especially in orchestra. I am going to start volunteering and help hispanic immigrant children with their school work, because they do not know that much english. I am so happy. I told my teacher and she was happy to and said I should incorporate violin somehow(my teacher is from El Salvador) She said she would teach how to play some spanish lullabies and songs. This is gonna be great.

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March 1, 2004 11:29

Wow its been forever since I wrote. My violin stuff is going good. I auditioned for orchestr and got in. I am violin 2, but we play some pretty hard. And we practice forever, by the end of this semester I should be the best violinist ever, just kidding. I love the violin and I am not going to become professional I just want my family and friends and future husband to be happy when I play for them.

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