Me and My Guitar

P1010616 For this recital I invited a small group of my friends.  My favorite foodie took charge of the food and I was very nervous.  My teacher came and played a piece with me but my hands, even with a bit of vodka and my favorite tee shirt my hands still shook in public.  How many years ago was that?

Today, this year… year 13?  12 years with Jonathan, I stopped shaking in public and more important, my music in my head is coming very close to the sounds that come from my guitar. FINALLY!

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2 thoughts

  1. Love the new space. The picture collage is fantastic. What a great experience you are sharing here. I can’t wait to continue to hear about it and all the thinking you are doing.

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