Ever have a hard time...

staying indoors? Boy that's me this week!

It's Donna here, saying "Hello" to our wonderful friends, family and Ted Heads!

Fall is my favorite time of year and it seems to go as quickly as the leave's colors so I spend as much time enjoying the sunshine and beauty as I can! It's amazing to me to look at the family photo above and see the growth that has taken place in a year's time. The kids are taller, we've been through a whole summer of festivals, Fan Friday's with you have become a weekly highlight and our circle of friends has grown exponentially. (sigh) It's just a good life we live!

This last weekend Ted enjoyed a day full of appointments with students and also some shows in the Indy area. The students are progressing wonderfully and the shows were fun and well attended. Thanks to all who came out to Noble Coffee and Tea... even the other musicians of the evening were commenting on what an outstanding audience you are. Keep on a 'comin, cause we love getting to know you better!

Coming up this week, something Ted loves to do every year, Day of Healing, a day long conference at the Honeywell Center in Wabash where he shares music throughout the day. It's lots of fun to see folks there year after year and to enjoy downtown Wabash. The West family was pivotal in helping us connect with this event 3 years ago now. Just goes to show you how a little help goes a long way! The playing opportunities you all have shared with us over the years are our most valuable work connections to this day, so keep them coming! If you know of a church or concert hall that you love to attend, send us the contact info! We really could not do this without your ongoing support.

Next up: the Gennett Mansion at 3 PM on Sunday! This place is BEAUTIFUL and a wonderful concert venue! They hold the event in what looks to me like an old ball room. It's beautiful! For just $10 at the door our hosts Bob and Donna Geddes serve you complimentary hot tea and coffee and you can even special order things delivered to your table like Red Velvet Cake or if you're in the mood for savory, a scrumptious looking artichoke dip. (Don't tell Ted I highlighted that, he's not fond of artichokes.) This event at the Mansion is a feast for eyes, ears and tastebuds! I guarantee you'll have a special afternoon at the Gennett. :)

So the sun is setting and it's still warm enough to go out without a jacket... think I have time to squeeze a quick walk in? I'm gonna go for it!

Peace to you and yours,
Donna and Ted, for the whole family

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2 comments

  • Dawn

    Dawn

    Donna, I'll share artichoke dip with you!! :) (Just not shrimp fondue.) :P

    Donna, I'll share artichoke dip with you!! smile

    (Just not shrimp fondue.) :P

  • Donna Elswick

    Donna Elswick

    OK!!!!!! I've got to learn that. The shortness equalizes the difficulty. As you continue to play it will stretch itself out. I know you know what that means. Classical Gas is on hold until next year. Putting together about 75 Christmas Carols. Am playing at a local bookstore for Christmas. Woohoo! Praise God. Russell is coming up for a workshop tomorrow. That's going to be fun. Heard any good Joseph Prince lately? Duh, daily. Love You All, Donna

    OK!!!!!!
    I've got to learn that. The shortness equalizes the difficulty. As you continue to play it will stretch itself out. I know you know what that means.
    Classical Gas is on hold until next year.
    Putting together about 75 Christmas Carols. Am playing at a local bookstore for Christmas. Woohoo! Praise God.

    Russell is coming up for a workshop tomorrow. That's going to be fun.

    Heard any good Joseph Prince lately?
    Duh, daily.
    Love You All,
    Donna

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