Thanks! I'll try to find that book this weekend it sounds interesting. I'm sorry, I'm sure that you wouldn't want me to do your homework for you...you should probably come up with a plan and fast...I do have a bamboo flute, but will wake the neighbors so I can't do that, these are all very good ideas, but I can't execute any of them at the current time. (stores are closed, neighbors are sleeping, done with school years ago..) Do you think that if I drink a lot of coffee that it will help? Maybe make myself sooo awake that I fall asleep?
I'm sure that it would probably put me to sleep, but some things are meant to stay unknown... I think that this is one of them
Honestly, I'm not it a classical type of mood. For some reason, I'm wound like a drum, and if I had one, and the neighbors couldn't hear me I'd be letting the poor thing have it. I'm burned out on all of the CD's that I have, as I listen to them all of the time. There's nothing on TV so I can't do that. I guess that part of the problem is that I'm expecting the replacement parts for my computer tomorrow, and I'm really excited to get to work. I haven't been able to do anything musically for a few months now, and I have a constant stream of music in my head that doesn't go away. A few days ago, I woke up to a drumline. I thought that a marching band was outside (minus the band). Ok, you can call the guys with the white coats now.
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