1. thegreatfish

    My dog is deaf. You can play at my house all you want. Plus, I would enjoy your company. You are charming and fun.

  2. Maddy

    That's awesome that you played as a kid 🙂 My sister played too throughout school and was actually, quite good! She even had the opportunity to play at Lincoln Center in NYC with some other talented violinist from the area. Since then, she has stopped playing, but she still keeps her violin with her at all times. I hope she picks it up again someday, and I hope you do too! A great talent like that shouldn't be wasted or forgotten 🙂

    • Amy

      Wow! How awesome to have such an opportunity! I was never that good. I hated to practice … actually, I wanted to drop out (out of vanity, mind you; I didn’t want to have a permanent “hicky” on my neck and I was tired of short nails). My teacher wouldn’t let me. Now I see what a great compliment it was–that she saw potential; then it just ticked me off, so I basically lived to make her life miserable. Good times … 🙂

      • Maddy

        My sister dropped out too for "vanity" reasons. She was big on the long "Jersey" nails, so she couldn't wear them if she played. Plus, it was her way to rebel against my mom, since my mom hated the nails and loved the violin. But she was really good, but you know how it is…whatever it takes to drive your parents bonkers ;o) Or in your case, your teacher!

  3. I would love to hear you play! I love the violin! 🙂 Have you ever seen the film The Red Violin? Ohh, it's one of my all time favorites! The soundtrack is amazing!

    • Amy

      I loved The Red Violin too … but I’ve never thought to check out the soundtrack! I love to listen to instrumental when I’m writing … I better it will be perfect. Thanks for suggesting … 🙂

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