My violin case is in love with Hilary Hahn's violin case.
I can tell because he reads Case's tweets on Twitter over
my shoulder and then seems very forlorn.
I think he is a bit intimidated by the fact that Case is a
jet-setter who travels all over the world. Whereas my case
is afraid to go out of the house. So I've been taking him
places in the hope that it might give him more confidence.
He's also a little self-conscious because he only has one
eye. But I tell him that even though he is plain on the
outside, that he is beautiful on the inside.
Well that's very kind of you to say that, Darko. I will tell him. 🙂
I can tell that your violin case is very classy 😎
I happen to think your violin case is very sexy, especially with that red tie.:wink::lol::heart:
😆 I think that one eye is winking at you, S.:heart:
Originally posted by gdare:
maybe Ed's case has a twitter account, too?
@ Jill.No, my case is just on Opera. He's a blogger type case. 😀
LOL! Nice one, Ed.:lol:
Looks like a solid, intelligent and educated.:whistle: It seems that at a party he behaves indecently, according to the rules of aristocratic etiquette. 😆
Originally posted by dolphin21:
The fun begins when he breaks out the rosin. :p
@ Richard. 😆
Travelling light, I see.Then again, I am a drummer. I have to move hardware equivalent to a fully furnished two bedroom apartment every time I have to take my instrument from one position to another. The sticks? Well, I just bring them in my pocket. They have to be kept secure or they will get into all kinds of trouble, and my pocket is the safest place in the World for any thing to be. It also looks cool when I enter a room with drum sticks discretely but casually sticking up from my back pocket. Girls dig it.Not that you violin case isn't cool. He looks good in red.
Originally posted by edwardpiercy:
😆 my son recently started to play the cello- I shared the link with him. I wonder if he, too, will have a case that talks?!
Originally posted by Aqualion:
Well in your case then it's like you have a whole family to lead around with you. And of course you would have to make sure they are all correctly dressed before you load them into the vehicle. I imagine that it's pretty hard finding a wardrobe that fits for those skinny sticks.
He thanks you!
Originally posted by studio41:
Don't they all? :pGive you son my regards and please tell him I wish him the best with his cello study. It's a great instrument. 😀
thank you very much, Ed! I will! it's nice to hear him practice nearly daily. making progress… and nice tone for a beginner! I like that he doesn't fuss about practice, just does it. seems to enjoy.
Originally posted by studio41:
I seem to recall, you once mentioned that one of your kids played the drums. Hope you don't mind me asking, but would that be the same kid who now has picked up the cello?
Yes! He wants to play, but we gave him cello lessons first (the arm, since lessons cost an arm and a leg.) He has the drum set, too. Can you direct me to some good YouTube lessons? That's how he started cello. He took group lessons on drums, but other kids were progressed beyond beginner and he didn't feel comfortable with that. And at the time he didn't have anything but drumsticks and our couch to practice on… (The lessons were free of charge so I thought great idea. Joe was in and out of a few jobs at the time. In other words we had to wait.)
😀 thanks, Martin
I'll see what I can do…