For the first time in such a long time, my husband is back into a "more" regular schedule. This would mean for us early morning to noon time. He's in-charge of giving Computer help to their company's customers from the US and I think that he is having fun doing it. And this shift is going to afford him to be with the kids during daytime and even able to spend time with me at dinner time. How nice is that? It's a blessing and I am so grateful for it. I just wish that I am able to get off from work earlier than usual. I wish that I am able to go home as early as I could. We all need quality time as a couple and as a family. It's an important part of being a married person, a parent, a sibling and a child.
Thursday, April 4, 2013
My daughter has been prodding us that she wants to take piano lessons in school next year when she enrolls in Grade 2. I am pleased. It's because I also had my piano lessons when I was about the same age as her. Playing the piano, or any instrument for that matter is a huge achievement, if you ask me. It takes a lot of interest and perseverance in order to really learn how to play. I still remember that I had to practice quite a lot especially during weekends so that I learn my piano pieces before the next lesson with the teacher. I had my lessons for about 2 years and then stopped. Hahaha! My sister, on the other hand, continued to polish her piano skills to the point that she made it her profession. Anyway, later on, when I was about fifteen, I had my eyes on a nice guitar brand and I did learn to play the guitar.
Anyway, I wish Zoe will take after my sister instead of me. I really want her to learn. We'll see, we'll see!