Jammin’ Last Night:Writing into the day #5

It was so cold last night as I dressed in layers.  My ukulele, music and stand were waiting for me at the door as I bundled up for the deep freeze.

Even though I hadn’t been to a ukulele class in weeks, I couldn’t wait to be back in my seat surrounded by the “group” of mostly adults who would be there with me.  Honestly, I haven’t been practicing with my little guy but I will, I promise.

It’s part of my resolution to “Create” (my OLW).

Given that I have been playing classical guitar for 15? years, my little guy  works with me, so far. We have been playing folk songs, versions of the Beatles, just fun!

I am loving the social aspect of this experience.  Great people, no stress, so far, and Jonathan, my guitar teacher and his lovely fiancée lead the class.

Here they are jammin’


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