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jennifer steinfeldt  warren

March 29, 2005 at 11:44 AM

Well. it is almost six in the morning and I'm wide awake. I didn't yawn into sleep until about 4. Hmmm. Yesterday was a very musically satisfying day. I practiced early at school and then had a long coaching session which was extremely helpful in many ways. One, I was jittery from the moment I woke up yesterday. But I played around and through it and had a great time playing anywy. It didn't show. When I can do that, I have this feeling like my performance will be alright. THen I practiced some more in the afternoon and taught a lesson. Usually I'm pretty hyperactive while teaching, but I felt like I had really dug into some of her technique well and articulated things better than usual. Then last night some friends came over and brought their recording equipment which is...thousands of dollars more intense than my own. I put some violin parts in his songs. It was fun. THere were other aspects of my day that made it interesting, too. But I'll not write a novellete this early in the morning. I think I'll go organize my closet by colour, type, and texture.
Sals,
JW

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