Tuesday, August 14, 2012

A Day in the Life of a Tiny Violinist

I will play my violin in the van
 Yes, even in the store, if I can.

I must play it on the go

Especially with my Grandma Bean, by jove.

 Daddy too

And with Simon by my side, yahoo!

Even when I go to sleep, my violin I will keep.


Susan Mc. said...

What a sweet post! I love all the pictures of that beautiful grandson!

Karolka O said...

Beautiful boy! He will be handsome violinist:)

Eileen Rife said...

Thanks for stopping by Susan and Karolka to comment on our tiny violinist! He is a marvel (but then this IS grandma speaking :).

A Joyful Noise said...

Music in the family brings them all together. How sweet to love the violin at such a tender age.
I loved mine too, but was never great at it. I am a better listener than a player. (better story teller too at my blog)

Mom R said...

Yes, isn't music wonderful for binding hearts! Even as a writer, I can say that instrumental music can sometimes express what words can't.

So thankful God has designed a variety of artistic forms for sharing what's in our hearts.

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