Sunday, June 28, 2009



I'm back from Virginia, and it really wasn't as painful as I expected it to be. I appreciate the incredible beauty of Emory & Henry College, the great wisdom, practicality and talent of my teacher trainer as well as prevalence of grilled cheese sandwiches in the cafeteria. I've come home to a happy husband, weeds in my flower bed and a disturbing scratching behind the kitchen wall (I think its one of the stupid birds that living in our gutter who has fallen down the chimney)

The time away has provided an opportunity to reflect. I truly want to be developing my programs to their fullest extent, not only because I think what I do is marketable and potentially profitable, but because I really think its good for the world for kids to play music well and enjoy it. I also truly enjoy it.

Nothing worthwhile has ever come without hard work and mistakes.

4 Comments:

Blogger alexis said...

beautifully said:) (and sorry about the bird. maybe melvin knows a trick. he works with some really conniving little birds.)

12:40 PM  
Blogger Z. said...

Miss Alexis, I so appreciate your nice comments, thanks for reading and writing! I'm sorry about the critter too, its been very quiet behind the wall today, which doesn't suggest good things for whoever is back there.

2:03 PM  
Blogger *all dressed up and everywhere to go* said...

great post, Zoe!

11:15 AM  
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