Category Archives: weather

The Gift of being Thankful

A culture left behind? It’s been ages since I’ve posted anything. One can construe I’ve nothing to share because in the areas of art and music I now lack common sense. But, in my defense, I share a new page … Continue reading

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Impro with Stride & Art supplies

Piano Skills and Improvisation Since the start of January’s lessons, students here have been preparing for piano evaluations. I am a member of the Kansas Music Teachers Association (KMTA), a sub-chapter of Music Teachers National Association. All this means my … Continue reading

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Empty studios, weather woes and merry meter maids

THE EMPTY STUDIO Why Blame the Weather? (The Case of the Diligent Meter Maid) Yesterday was a slow day in my piano studio. Why? The weather. Now my husband and I are teeny-tiny little produce farmers with some poultry, so … Continue reading

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