Today was the start of my summer teaching schedule. It had been delayed a week since a number of schools were not yet dismissed for the summer.
The morning began with the Bane children – Ellie and Jacob – who played the two children in last summer’s production, SOUTH PACIFIC. Ellie has been a piano student for two years, and Jacob began his saxophone lessons today.
It was nice to meet three new students today, and I am looking forward to meeting several more new students Tuesday, and again on Wednesday.
The day ended with Sophie Lockhart’s lesson. Sophie walked over from next door’s Miami Valley Jazz Camp carrying three saxophones – her alto, a tenor, and a baritone. She is such a good worker, and a smart musician, making her lessons are always such fun.
Our neighbor boy, Kelley, kept Jose company as he cleaned out the car, and washed it. I will be taking it to a body shop to get an estimate on the damage from where someone backed into it.
Supper was brief, and I laid down for a nap which was not brief. Fortunately, I woke at 9:00pm in time to watch a PBS documentary on Andrew Jackson, narrated by my favorite actor, Martin Sheen.
All in all, it was a great day!