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(http://groups.yahoo.com/group/pjrv/messages/3325?) 2006/07/01 15:02:28


From: David Date: Wed Jun 25, 2003 1:49 pm Subject: Re: GUITARS a_healey56 Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 Buy her a drum set. Just some of the benefits... 1) she can be a musician without you giving her lessons*. ;-) 2) instead of being concerned about her attention span being too short, your concern will be how to get her off the darned things 3) all of your neighbors will love you to death. 4) all the heavy metal guys will gravitate toward your cute little daughter. Dave (Drummer for 30 years, whose neighbors all could have killed him for the first fifteen.) *Just kidding about this. Real drummers are musicians also, but lots of people get by in bands for a long time knowing nothing but how to pound the heck out of the drums. ------------------------ LOL! I *love* drums. One of my biggest regrets in life is that I ignored the pro drummer roommate dying to teach me when I was a teen. I was so into guitar and singing and songwriting... but now I see that something I could put more of my whole body into would have been fabulous. Someday when I get time for the other billion things I wanna do, I'd like to take drum lessons, both hand and stick. But you know, you don't need to buy a six year old a drum set. To a six year old, the whole world is a drum set already. ;-) PJ Reply | Forward


From: Weatherly-Hawaii... Date: Thu Jun 26, 2003 7:56 pm Subject: Re: GUITARS maliolana Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 Aloha PJ, Mine always had the pots and pans/spoons/spatulas and tupperware for drums...At one/two ...by three... I got the oldest one... a little bongo drum...to take to the beach and jam with all the drummers under the trees...He was sooo cute... Actually I got the bongo for me!/my piece of mind!...the percussion from the metal was killing me!hahah...My youngest discovered the indoor tranpoline and went to town...He magicly turned it into a drum...One day I heard some body... scattin...zobedorebob...didididit...and good too...to the excellant beat... of a soft drum... I wondered who the hell that was...outside singing...and tappin... tap ping...tapping...outside my alcove door ?...Lot of rythym going on...I peered out the front door...and lo and behold... It was my youngest three year old boy...Looking so adorable...haha...I hid for a minute just to watch and make sure he was as good as I though...I didn't want him to stop if he saw me... He also one day decided he wanted to be a tap dancer...and gave many tap concerts on the frontroom intable...and I swear that kid was so good...it was uncanny...hahah...I think it was because he saw an old clip of Sammy Davis as a child...or was it Shirley Temple? My daughter was the song writer and singer...(thy are all dancers)...At three...she would make up songs about the neighbors and perform them... in their dialect accent...It was very embarrassing... I crossed my fingers that the Vienamese sounding words she was singing were simply jibberish...hahah...She seemed to think she could speak the language...One of her little VN friends mothers ...sent her home one day...apparrently she said/sang something that pissed the mom off!......and my daughter hadn't a clue what she had said... I love precocious children...Especially when they are someone elses!...hahaha Love & Light & Laughter Mali'o...aka...Dawna

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