lessons


Here are some scenes from my violin lesson.

(There’s a story behind these photos, but I can’t get into it now, since it’s almost midnight, and I have to get up early in the morning to pry two overtired children out of bed to get them to daycare and preschool so that I can head to a lab meeting that I talked my bosses into scheduling for tomorrow since I couldn’t make the Tuesday meeting in person and I was sure we’d be back from my in-laws’ by Wednesday at the latest, and I need to get to bed since I’m tired after a long day involving packing up two stir crazy children and driving with them over 4 hours, much of which included stop-and-go traffic, only to get home half an hour before needing to leave for the violin lesson, which was rescheduled from Monday, and still needing to get the children to eat dinner before leaving for the violin lesson and half of dinner ended up being graham crackers in the car, which sounds like an intriguing name for a dish, kind of like pigs in a blanket, and I’m so tired right now that I think I’m starting to see things since I’m pretty sure we didn’t have a large floating guinea pig in the house when we left last week.)

6 responses to “lessons

  1. i do love a good run-on sentence.

  2. I hope you got some sleep! and an actual violin lesson, for that matter.

    That sentence reminds me of one from Winnie-the-Pooh (not the Disney version)–the story about a flood. “In which Piglet is completely surrounded by water”, I think it’s called.

    • Thanks, Sally! The lesson was not actually too bad, as I had electronic devices to distract the children. However, I was also pretty distracted.

      And thank you for saying that my sentence reminds you of Winnie-the-Pooh!

  3. The more the merrier! And hey, at least no one is hanging off your waist while you play, right?

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