97 thoughts on “Mad Sticks

  1. Wow, wow, wow!!! Just watching Tennyson truly falling into the scene and music, incredible. Beautiful. And the best part ~ the smile and laughter at the end. Brilliant. What a perfect post to begin my weekend with πŸ™‚ Congratulations Mom πŸ™‚

  2. I recall a story you related a few years ago about Tennyson tapping along to the backbeat. I remember thinking in that moment that it probably was only a matter of time before he was on his way as a musician, and here he is. The evident happiness on his face while playing that beautiful instrument brought a big smile to mine. πŸ™‚

    • Thanks, Rob. I so appreciate your remembering that, your sharing in the details as well as the mileposts of our journey. Ironically, we’ve been having a hard time with our prepubescent boy. We fear that he’s been riding on his talent, not putting in the work, and the talent’s wearing thin. We are in the process of taking some stringent measures to help him get it together. Been a rough ride.

      Hope you’re well. =)

      Xxx
      D.

    • AAAAAAAAAHHHHHH!!!!!!! Chills!!!! AAAahh!!!!! Omg, congratulations!!!! Let me know, please! I hope she’s not had it too hard. You must’ve been beside yourself when you found out. It only gets better (’til their body gears up for puberty. Then, my condolences).

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