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Piano keys

June 14, 2011
eager learner

They say when you play piano your fingers get longer and slender. πŸ™‚ Can’t prove that but I do know that playing the piano makes my daughter happy. πŸ˜€

This is her in one of her piano sessions last semester. Surprisingly (or not), she was able to learn some pieces in a short period of time. Thanks to the patience of her teacher (he always says anyway that she is easy to teach) and also her willingness to learn, we can listen at home to what she usually would.

I truly need to take photos and videos of her again as she plays.

She’s wearing a white chiffon top over white longsleeved shirt as it was still cold then.



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  1. it always fascinates me seeing children playing musical instruments. how talented.

    let me bore u w/ other entries i posted for WW:)

    thanks much, sis

  2. wow! im impressed… can you post a video of her one time πŸ˜‰

    visiting from WW!

    hope you can stop by too, thanks!

  3. wow! very impressive.. my Ria has started to learn the piano when she was still in the PHils. we should start looking for a teacher here in Thailand. It’s really a joy to see our kids play musical instruments, right? Thanks for sharing your whites this week, sis!

  4. Very young talented little charmer! I admire parents who supports their kids’ holistic development. I bet she will be one of the famous pianist artists in the future.

    Keep playing!

    My WHITE is up too!

    Hope to see yah!

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