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jennifer steinfeldt  warren

June 18, 2004 at 5:23 AM

The time is 12:19 and finally I am in the mood to practice...to really practice. Too bad I live in an apartment and can't. I practiced for about two hours earlier, but I never feel that two hours is sufficient. Now I have the urge. Before I was forcing myself. Ah..the trials and tribulations of a path that requires constant attention and work. Not always with constant rewards, either. I'm really tempted to put my practice mute on and play anyway. How I want to play etudes NOW NOW NOW!!! Note to self: next year's new year's resolution....look up the definition of patience and commit it to memory. Then perhaps the year after that I'll try to learn how.....Anyway. Tomorrow I'll try to get my urge earlier and maybe the four hours will happen. Oh, and my back is twitching. I want to zap it.
-Jennifer

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