11.13.2008

Come On Booshka......PLAY!


...OK...
"Truce"
My dearest daughter,
I will entice you in any way that I can to
beg of you,
to continue playing the piano.
The lack of wondrous tunes as you practice your gift leave this home without a song.
So,
If you read this, please continue to emulate David Cook's brilliance!
You do it with such ease darling.
I miss your music and will stop at nothing to tempt you!
I love you and the joy of sound you bring into our home.
~Mom

15 comments:

Shadow said...

wow, cool, i'll happily eat my way across those piano keys....

74WIXYgrad said...

Just keep loving her the best way you know how. She'll come back with her music.

You just keep on being our sweet music.

Lenni said...

Hmmm... I wonder what music you'd get if you eat the colors in alphabetical order... Or reverse alphabetical order... Or in order on the light spectrum.

Yeah, I'm strange... XD

Gabriella Moonlight said...

Great idea, tell me if it works!!!
G

coltfan said...

hell I'd do almost anything ya give me candy . reminds me of the klondike bar lol good post.

Ghost Dansing said...

oh yeah..... i knew i wanted to come back for something..... pianos remind be of Warren Zevon because when he was young he was an "occasional visitor" to Igor Stravinsky's house where he briefly studied classical music.

but he didn't really play the classic music on the piano..... he played very minimalist pop stuff.......

but he was very good...... i like Mohammed's Radio.... if you listen closely you can hear the piano...... chords

G-Man said...

Ahem.....55?

Daisy said...

Suzanne, I'll play piano for you if you give me M&M's! HA! Love the photograph. Hope the bribe and the plea works for you. Music is such a wonderful thing to have in your life. I can understand you missing it when she doesn't want to play.

Mojo said...

That is such a cool photo! I love it!

D. Debil said...

Exquisite. A child's song is among the sweetest ephemera of childhood.

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Charli said...

This is such a great picture! And a sweet poem.

big Jenn said...

Hi, I have to tell you this pic made me think of Annie because I have a photo of her at 3 years old with M&M's lined up in front of her. Is that a sign? HMMMM..jeNN

SandyCarlson said...

Play, child, play!

rdl said...

this is great! it might work with me.

Diane Vogel Ferri said...

Oh how I relate to this - my children are musicians too. I would definitely play for M&Ms too.