Various folk instruments I have.
15/365 Photo Challenge 2015
The piano was an important part of my life for many years. Now however, I rarely plunk out a tune much less play serious pieces. As you can see, through the years I have collected a few Native American and folk instruments as well. From time to time I think about selling the piano, especially when we have to move the thing. But I can’t seem to let it go. It remains a part of my life.
Five Question Friday: November 18, 2011
Good Friday everyone! I do hope you all are waking up to wonderful possibilities today. And for those who are struggling for whatever reason, may you find the strength to get through your day, and comfort for having weathered the storm, whatever it is.
Nothing much has happened this week other than studies! By mid-December the quarter will come to an end and I will have completed one of the toughest required courses in this program. (The other mind-melter comes in the spring quarter!) Since not much else is going on, let’s get on with 5QF!
1. Do you have a go to song that always puts you in a good mood?
I have so many “go to” songs and music I don’t even know where to begin. MANY songs of many genres fit this bill. There is one however, that comes to mind right away. Not your everyday fare, but oh so uplifting! Maybe not your cup of tea, but I love it! dance to it! hum it! Enjoy. 🙂
2. Are you a real Christmas tree kinda person or do you go with a real fake one?
We are not Christmas tree kinda people here. Nope. Not at all. Instead, around this time of year we celebrate Chanukah. We will light the menorah for eight nights, have a few latkas with applesauce, sing a few songs, visit friends and relax. Chanukah is not one of our major holidays, but it is certainly a beloved holiday by many.
3. What are you thankful for?
Too much to expound upon here. Soooo…. I’ll send you to my gratitude blog. Click here. There you will find many things for which I am thankful! 🙂
4. Which fashion fad from the past do you wish you could wear today?
Nah…. None. Absolutely none. The clothes I wear aren’t so faddish anyway.
5. Do you wait until the “low fuel” light comes on before you fill up the gas tank?
Absolutely. Isn’t that what you are supposed to do? Makes my husband crazy. He thinks that one should never let the gauge go below the half-way point. I say, “why not?” After all, isn’t that what the low fuel light is for, to let us know when it is time to fill up again?
So, that’s it for this week. Have to get back to the books, but this has been a nice break. Y’all enjoy your weekend, and I’ll see you next Friday from KENTUCKY!