Today, we attended Adi’s band concert and the girl played a solo piece for less than a minute in the beginning of her song. It was indeed a proud moment for the momma and I was this close to get up and shout as “that is my girl, that is my girl”. But, Adi had strictly warned me against the thought so just didn’t do it.
But, how can I just let it go? So, made friends with an Indian (Tamilian) sitting next to me. They apparently live in same community as us, started with small talks and literally forced them to share about their kid and then I said it. I said “the girl on the piano, that is my girl”. What a relief that was!!! Phewwww!!! I felt so good after letting that out 😀 😀 😀
That is my girl on the piano bending forward, laughing about something. All the kids were amazing. They mostly played Christmassy songs and I was constantly tapping my feet.
I enjoyed every song played in the concert and the attitude of her music teacher. He was rocking the floor with his attitude. His face was full of expressions while conducting and just watching him conduct was an absolute delight. It is the same teacher who wrote that “tomorrow” funny response. One could easily see his passion for his job through his actions. Something to learn.
Lol. You are cute Ani 🙂 I am sure Adi would have rocked the show. Video anupunga ya
You are such a doting mom, been blog hopping lately. enjoyed reading your posts. So much positivity in your posts.
Thats awesome! Yaay! Adi 👏👏👏 My God! What restraint, Ani! I wouldve stood up and clapped and made everyone know I am the proud mamma 😃
Haha.. You are so cute Ani 😘😘