They say that about hockey players over here... ;-)That's beautiful, Map... xoxoxo
Aboslutely beautifulThat was one of my fathers favourite pieces--Even though he called it "Cabbages and Rusty Cans"
When I was 2 I think my particular gift was making my wee sister cry. Not something I'm proud of now, but my mum said I had a real talent for it...
exquisitely beautiful, map! you are so generous to share with us! on the day i turned two, i was so unhappy - frowning, my little forehead all in rows of ridges and i was decked out in an organza pinafore and white everything - a sticky hot louisiana 2nd birthday day - and i was running a fever of 102!!! but the party went on, frowning me [in all the photos] in front of my huge birthday cake! now, had i just had a big stick that day, it wouldn't have been pretty, i'm betting!!! ;)
I can still do quite a lot with a stick ;)
Pon; I'm sure they do, but I know fuck-all about hockey! This is a lovely piece of music though! :¬)xxxClyde; Whatever your Dad called it, he sure had class taste! :¬)
Kim; And you still have it! :¬)
GYPSYWOMAN; I'm sure you looked absolutely divine in your white organza! As you would still today! :¬)
Lulu; I would not doubt your prowess with a good stick! :¬)xxx
I've never heard this before, but as I am home today with a stomach virus, I listened and have written it down. This was very soothing...Pearl
Pearl; It's beautiful isn't it?Hope you are feeling better soon. :¬)xxx
this is one of most favorite pieces, sugar. thank you for posting it. xoxoxox
And what can you do with a stick these days :)
sav; You are welcome missus! Some days I rock, some days I roll, with this piece I just close my eyes and be. :¬)xoxoxoxoMadame DF; Bang a drum? Keep roadies on their toes? Stir paint? The possibilities are endless! :¬)xxx