Friday, May 7, 2010


How do you know you're not going to have a good lesson?
  • When the first thing that comes out of your teacher's mouth is, "you were supposed to be here 30 minutes ago."
  • When you actually were not supposed to be there 30 minutes ago, but your teacher is stubborn and insists that you are incorrect, although you've been
  • When you're coughing up phlegm and matching pitch is difficult, much less achieving a beautiful tone.
  • When your teacher cannot remember basic facts about previous lessons, like what pieces you're doing, the name of your accompanist, or whether or not you are taking primary or secondary lessons.
These are all signs that your lesson will not go well.

Summer is soooooooooooooo close.
So very very close.
This semester is throwing a little temper tantrum on the floor, trying to make everyone as miserable as possible, although it knows it won't get its way in the end.

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