Music music…

I miss my piano.

I miss my guitar. Heck, I even miss looking for unique picks for my dad’s old guitar. (I wonder where it is.)

The trouble with all this relocation is that my music sheets and books are with me but my tools – piano and guitar – are back at home. My parents have donated or given away my piano while I was still in Switzerland and of lately, I’m rather tempted to get a keyboard or guitar because Eva seems to be more musically-inclined – if her singing is any indication of things to come.

I brought this up as a hint during Christmas but realistically, even though I may love a guitar or piano, we just don’t have the space for those two instruments right now. Perhaps it’ll happen when we get our own place – I hope it will be soon (can’t stand living in rental).

In the meantime, I’ll just go back to surfing the Net and sighing.

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  1. I know how you feel – I’ve missed playing my piano so much I’ve been contemplating buying one but its so expensive brand new (on the hunt for a second hand one). Hope you find your own place soon πŸ™‚

  2. My Mum and I are selling the piano i grew up with for around 150 EUR. It’s quite old of course, nice palisander wood and nice slim ivory keys, and in bad need of tuning and consideration. She lives near l’Aigle, Normandy which is 1h30 drive from Paris and i guess it could be delivered although I don’t know about transportation costs. Regarding guitars, I just purchased one for my son on they have really good deals and seem to be very reliable, a happy find.

    Mabel Reply:

    Thanks for the offer, Christine. I’d love to take it up but unfortunately I think we’re too far away. πŸ™

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