My goal this month is
to write at least one “Happi-
ness Haiku” each day.
Cool, vintage storefront
worth the snowy drive
on display in the window,
pressed-tin ceiling painted white
Estate sale fiddle,
Green-light for creative craft.
Let it go! Have fun.
Frozen flotsam flakes
at times falling as if poured,
then, every which way.
I visited a wonderful violin shop today. I met the very interesting proprietor, Korinthia. She is a violin maker and mother of three. We chatted a bit while she looked at my daughter’s two violin bows and at the violin I found at an estate sale. The verdict on all three was — not good enough to repair.
She told me her family was planning a road-trip vacation to Florida in the near future. Their mission is to collect as many Mold-a-Rama figures as they can on this trip. How cool is that??
We borrowed three bows on loan from the shop so my daughter can try them out at home. I can’t wait to go back to hear about the Mold-a-Rama road trip.
Read K’s thoughts about the recent Milwaukee Strad theft here: Stealing Beauty from Us All.
I was going to post all the Haiku at the end of the month, but I just decided to post them as I am able. Some may come every day, some may come in spurts. I’ve got to keep the creativity flowing and don’t want to be bogged down by rules (even if I am making the rules myself!)