Tuesday, December 09, 2014

Maybe he was just moony!

Bart looked perkier yesterday morning. I have no idea how he looked last night; it was too dark to see him by the time I got home from work and Brian's violin lesson. Today he looked better still, so whew.

Speaking of Brian's violin lesson, yesterday he and his teacher played a Telemann piece together for the first time. I love this particular movement – happy music!


That's it for now from . . .

7 comments:

Leigh said...

Telemann fan here! Loved the performance. Great shot of the moon too! Do you still have your Panasonic? The lens bonked out on mine and I haven't been able to find another camera that takes such good shots.

Mama Pea said...

Happy music, indeed! Brian looks like he's in a real growing spurt. Each video or picture shows a taller more mature looking fella.

Glad to hear Bart is over his "mooniness!" Great picture.

2halves said...

Bart was just at high tide. :)

Michelle said...

Yes, Leigh, Mr. Lumix has some dust inside the lens that causes darks spots sometimes, but he still takes some good photos. Good thing, too, because I couldn't afford to replace him!

Mama Pea, no real spurts so far, just steady growth. Like his dad Brian has a baby face, but it's developing a shadow on the upper lip – OY! Hopefully he WON'T have a growth spurt like his dad; the summer of his 14th year he grew six inches!

2halves, I didn't realize you read my blog! Honored I am; you are a great photographer and I love reading about Bella and Kate.

Leigh said...

I'm glad to hear that. My first problem was when the lens cover wouldn't close all the way. Then the lens stopped extending properly when I turned the camera on, so that all the photos were out of focus. :( If I ever have a chance, I may get another Panasonic some day.

Thistle Cove Farm said...

glad the sheep is doing better; moon was wonderful here, for the few moments it was visible before clouds covered it. Merry Christmas to you and yours, Michelle.

Nancy Kay said...

Love the photo of the moon! Wow.

What a fine talent...Way to go, Brian! Beautiful music.