After a busy morning at Kinko's, Office Max, and the grocery store, I picked up some goodies at the bakery.
Laurel and Sharman helped me put the folders together.
I practiced my presentation on the grandkids, most of whom are in my studio, then went off to wind my Sappho.
It looked mostly blue in the skein (see yesterday's post), but the blend of colors gives it an earthy feel in the ball.
A few piano families showed up. We even got one dad! There was a lot of downtime.
A survey of the table at the end of the day demonstrates that the most popular finger food for piano students is without question donut holes.
Jet did not get any donut holes, but he was exhausted by all the excitement.
Hurray for a long weekend! I will hit the ground running on Tuesday afternoon. Luckily the 6:45 a.m. student comes on Wednesday . . .