My Perfect Moment for this week …
As a child taking piano lessons I enjoyed the social element it brought each week. My first piano teacher lived on a farm where she had goats, chickens, dogs and, well, just about anything else a person who wanted to be living off the land would have. My sister and I took lessons back to back: 30 minutes each for an hour a week. We also had two other sets of friends (two sisters and a brother/sister combo) that took lessons from the same teacher. Each week she would hold a group music therapy session where the six of us would work through work books of music reading/writing exercises. These normally would happen between our family hour-long lessons. The benefit? There was always someone to play with around the farm while you waited for your lesson.
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