I love music and don’t know where I would be without it. I grew up playing the piano and I studied it for over eight years. Once I began college I stopped practicing regularly and I haven’t been able to live with a piano for many years. I miss it, but I know that someday I will have a house again and will be able to put a piano in it. Aaron has a guitar and a lovely Egyptian drum. I also have a beautiful violin that I can’t wait to learn to play. Apartment living isn’t very conducive for musical instruments, but I always think of it as temporary. In the meantime I thought I would share some music that I’ve been filling my days with recently and absolutely love…
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