March 15, 2007 at 5:15 AMNothing like turning pages for an entire Shostakovich concerto at 9am to get your day started!
Thanks for all the sympathy when it comes to my hand you guys. And Emily, thanks for the "spam", you really are a great writer and make a person think about things. And smile. And laugh! For those of you who asked, I injured my hand in the most unglamorous way possible. A chair. Yes, I banged it on a chair as I was walking from my kitchen into my office/music room. And no, I'm not a wimp! I have a very high pain tolerance and after a couple of days, enough was enough and I went to emergency to make sure I hadn't broken anything.
Alright, time for a "profound" moment. *please stay tuned, we'll return right after a short break!*
Spring break is upon us and this means - time off! Time off what? Teaching. My students are traveling abroad..Maui, Mexico...basicly places that are warmer than here. We are going for profound here though and I'm not sure I'm acheiving that.
I'm going to grab some toast, ponder profundity and come back in comfy clothes then be profound. Yeah!
Alright, I'm back with toast and tea.
There. Wasn't that profound?
(I'll try to be more interesting next time around)
I know little from Glass but I like it. And the concert must have been nice too. Good deal! wasn't it?
Yeah, 4 weeks wouldn't be so bad if I hadn't had 3 auditions and several concerts and gigs to do and teaching. It's hard to teach Suzuki group classes and not play:(
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