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jennifer steinfeldt  warren

April 5, 2005 at 12:54 AM

Sometimes I think I have a sign on my back that says "walk all over me". Or "Infinate patience". Today I drove 60 miles as I do on Mondays to teach a lesson and to rehearse for my recital. My pianist cancelled after I was there for a birthday party (recital in less than a week and we need to practice) asking that we reschedule for tomorrow which means that i have drive there again at gas prices as high as they are...and my student didn't show. I found out later that she called my home to cancell, but not early enough before I left. It isn't the first time for either things. So I got some good practicing in, but I can practice at home. Anyhow. I know I shouldn't do this, but I'm playing concertoes that I don't know how to play this evening. I need a break from my recital music and orchestral excerpts. I need to just play for funsies. Lots of wrong notes and anyone listening wouldn't recognize the music, but I'm just goofing off. Bad me. But it is fun. And I already practiced the needs to practice stuff. Well. I think it is time for junk food and coffee.

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