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jennifer steinfeldt  warren

June 17, 2004 at 3:48 AM

Hey guys. I got married today. I also recieved my package from Southwest strings. I ordered a bow cleaning kit. I hope that the harsh sound it has now will go away when the rosin gets built up correctly again. I also put a Titanium E on and polished my violin. And got a dampit. The litte humidity colour thingy says that my apartment is 20, which is "danger of cracking, warping, or opening seams". I still feel wierd about putting something full of water into my violin, though. Oooh! I have a good story about a carton of milk being poured in my violin (my old one). I won't share it unless you want me to, though. End of the story is that after I, panic stricken and frantic, dumped all the milk out and held it in front of a fan for hours...weeks later it sounded better than it ever had. Smelled a little funny, but....Anyhow. I'm married now. Feels weird and great at the same time.

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