A couple of years ago, I was given an old cello and hoped to learn how to play. After investing about $1500.00 to repair it, I started taking lessons. I loved the sound, look, and feel of the cello, but became discouraged by my slow progress, and after months of practice, my right hand was… Continue reading Getting in tune
I was driving into the post office, here in Cambridge NY, yesterday and a car pulled in right before me with the license plate, "YE HA". I was so curious to see who would get out of this car; who would have chosen such a great affirmation of life to drive around with. How can… Continue reading YE HA to Life!
I saw this little wooden box a few months ago, at a second-hand store. It looked just like a friend of mine's dog so I bought it, feeling almost giggly at my purchase...couldn't wait to give it to her. As the days passed, when I looked at it, I found myself thinking, "What if she doesn't… Continue reading Not good enough?