Well, our choir went on the road this week and sang at another assisted living home on Thursday. The choir members range from ages 87 to 91. They sang songs like "Fly Me To The Moon" and "Proud Mary" (our favorite). I lead them and they follow very well, I must say. Right now, we have 8 songs, but we will be adding a few more songs. Next month, we are singing at a life care facility. I will try to get a video so you can hear them.
I have some great news this week! I have been featured in a beautiful crazy quilt magazine called "Crazy Quilt Gatherings"! Pat Winters has graciously included my tatting in the Spring issue of her beautiful magazine. You can see her magazine if you go to her blog at the following address:
I also received a nice order on my Etsy for six tatted bracelets for a wedding! She wants five of them in bright yellow for her bridesmades and one in off-white for her. That will look so pretty, won't it?
My music is taking up most of my time lately. I have had to sing at two Valentine shows so far this week, and another one on Thursday night. My students have also increased lately. I have almost 20 at the moment. They are mostly voice students with a few piano students in between. I guess all the music shows on TV lately concerning singing have really helped my business, which is just great!
The weather has been so mild here this winter. I can't even call it a winter, but I am thankful that our electric bill is lower than last year because we are not heating our house every minute of the day. My daughter, Sandy, is a photographer and last week, she went to one of her favorite spots in the area--Chester Frost Park. She has taken many pictures there but this is my favorite so far. It is hard to see, but my grandson is standing on the pier looking at the beautiful sunset. I hope you enjoy this picture as much as I have. God creates wonderful scenery for our eyes to behold and I wanted to share this creation with you.