Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Music and mushrooms

It's been awhile since I've shared some of Brian's music with you. Here he is with his teacher at a recent lesson, playing some Telemann counterpoint.


Next week Brian is playing in the homeschool co-op talent show. His teacher has agreed to accompany him, not on this nifty little thing,
(that's an electric fiddle) but on his bouzouki. If musical number and video turn out well, I'll share that with you, too (like it or not).  ;-)


Dressed considerably warmer because of the weather, yesterday Brian mugged with mushrooms – just before he smashed them to smithereens. Boys!

Speaking of boys, here are two of Annabelle's.



Bittersweet (moorit) is Annabelle's son; Bing (black) is Annabelle's grandson. She has certainly given me a fine fleecy (and fine-fleeced!) legacy.

That's it for today from . . .

5 comments:

Susan said...

I am always amazed at how fast Brian is growing! He's doing really well on the fiddle, too. What beautiful sheep you have, Michelle.

Nancy Kay said...

Loved hearing Brian play!! What a fine young talent!

Maggie said...

I loved hearing Brian play...brilliant. My brother in law is an amazing fiddle player and plays in a local folk band. It brought back memories of my boys when they were younger when you said about brian smashing the mushrooms! Bing and Bittersweet are so well looked after in their coats. X

thecrazysheeplady said...

Can't wait!

shelly hancock said...

I wish there was an applause button to push!