Sowers4Pastors - Empowering Honduran Missionaries and Pastors
That is awesome!!! Thanks for sharing! Do you still play?
LOL! Glad you liked it Anne! We haven't found a way to keep a harp safe in Honduras, so haven't brought my huge (expensive) concert grand down here. I've looked into purchasing a small floor harp to bring down, but even that purchase would be several thousand dollars, and then the gradual damage to the harp from having it in our home here.I have occasional pangs of harplessness, especially now as my kids are older and I have a bit of time to think about doing things just for my own enjoyment. For now, though, this is an "oh well."So, in answer to your question, I don't still play, because I don't have access to an instrument . . . but I would if I could.
It's the sassy ringlet in front of your ear that completes the entire look, don't you think? :)Johanna
That is a beautiful pic!
Thanks Trish. What a nice memory!Is there another instrument that would fill your "harp-gap?" In the mountains of North Carolina they make a beautiful instrument that I've heard called a lap harp. It might be a dulcimer? Would you like one of those?
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