Special Easter

This was a very special Easter. My oldest son Gray, who is a freshman at Jacobs School of Music in Indiana, came home for Easter and brought a friend, Ed Cohen. Ed is a junior who is on a scholarship from London for one year. They met because they both love music. Gray is an aspiring opera singer and Ed is an unbelievable pianist. So this weekend was like stepping back into the 18th century. Parlor art was a bloom in my house. My piano was worn out. Ed has to practice 2 hours a day, and it is unbelievable! I can’t even see his hands because they go so fast.

We had 16 people for Easter lunch and the young men performed before they had to hit the road. Gray sang two songs in French and one in German, my youngest son played a piano piece from Grease and my middle son sang something from Godspell a capella. It was a mother’s dream come true.

I forgot to video, darn.

Posted by kerry