Friday, December 10, 2010

Getting To Know You

1. Is it snowing where you are? And/or, is there snow on the ground?

2. What is the last thing you practiced doing?

3. When is the last time you taught someone something? What was it?

4. What sounds can you hear where you are right now?

[Me: 1. Nope. Nope; 2. I practiced some music for my upcoming recital last night; 3. I taught a voice/piano lesson to a high school girl last evening; 4. I can hear traffic and construction vehicles.]

5 comments:

Suze said...

Oh I love these!!!

1. It snowed yesterday, and will again tomorrow, but the sun is out today. Yes, there is snow on the ground, several inches of it.

2. I got some practice steering the sled last weekend. I'm not very good at it.

3. I taught piano lessons Tuesday evening to some rather unenthusiastic students.

4. My kids playing. And calling for me.

Scott said...

I love these too!

1. It snowed 3 days in a row last week, never very hard, but constantly. Total of about 3 or 4 inches I think. Still hasn't melted all the way, so there's some snow on the ground. But, no new snow since a week ago.

2. I practiced crawling. Trying to get at the same height as my baby girl who just figured out how to army-crawl around the place.

3. Yesterday, I taught some college kids how to photocopy music so as to make your accompanist happy.

4. My little baby girl (as opposed to the big baby girl) playing on the floor. Some overalls clanging in the dryer.

Pam said...

:-) You both make me smile!! :-)

Suze said...

Scott, You have TWO baby girls now? Fun!! (My baby is turning 3 on Tuesday). Also, #3 made me laugh.

Scott said...

Hi Susan!

Yep, I have two girls! My older one is turning 3 in March, and the younger one is 7 months old. My lovely wife is working full-time (and then some) as a new tenure-track professor down here in the mountains in western Virginia. And I'm being a stay-at-home dad, with a few piano and composing gigs here and there.

I should mention that you post the cutest pictures ever on your blog, which I check now and then, but I never know what to say except "cute!"