Funny. I always thought she had two. But what do I know? ;v)
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Susanne what a great picture ;-)thanks for the blog comment and for entering my giveaway..
Oh great photo... really captures a moment in time! Happy WW
what a cool place to practiseId love to hear herI tried playing the violin once when I was 14 year oldI was awful!!!!!!!!!!!gave upi had played the guitar for many years by then :)Jen
Wow a great talent to have.
Hee, hee Two you say...Well she looks like she's a natural...
I have a granddaughter who plays beautifully (now), but at the beginning, it takes a great deal of love to listen to violin practice.
Lovely photo and such a wit you have, my friend. ; )
lol. Nice pic!
That is a great photo, Susanne!And I also loved it because my oldest decided to resume her lessons next week...she started back in Jan. and they had the summer off...she didn't like practising but decided she wanted to go for one more year...now she's learn the ENDING of Twinkle Twinkle! ;)On another note, hope you're feeling better today!Hugs,~Tammy
Love this pic!!!Reminds me of when my oldest used to practice on our deck....squeaks and all...looks like she is having fun with this!
Good for her - I'm learning too.Hope you're feeling a bit better Suzanne!
What a wonderful photo. Good for her and that ear. ;-)
Well, she certainly looks the part!But...did you stick her outside or was that her choice? LOL
Fun picture! Hope you're doing better!
What a great capture that is.I'm hoping my kids take up a musical instrument or two. It is definitely a blessing.
Oo a violinist of the future. I can't wait to see what my two decide on when they grow up. I dabbled with the flute when I was at school and when I tell my son this his face all puckers up like he's swallowed a lemon whole!
I hope that my daughter will take to the violin when she is a bit bigger. I looked into Suzuki but this fall was just too busy to make the commitment. There is always next year, I guess, since she is just 4.
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