you gotta love this one!
May you have many happy tunings and tunes!
I will be offering a 2 hour beginners workshop (9-12) at the Knoxville Arts Center!
It’s May 2nd! That means it is Play Your Ukulele Day. So, I did. Hope you did too!
“Punch” originates from the Indian word “panch,” meaning “five,” the number of ingredients needed to concoct this centuries-old drink. The rule of five served as a recipe designating two parts sour, and one part sweet, bitter and alcoholic. British explorers landing in India discovered the strong elixir and brought it back to England, where punch became a sophisticated 16th century drink at social functions. It made its way to America a century later, showing up on menus, invitations and notes documented around 1682. Punch would remain the party standard for the next four centuries!
I love my Hawaiian Punch!!!
Anna Uptain Denison and I are offering a half day workshop at the Knoxville Arts
Our little lesson group will be playing Christmas songs at a local Assisted Living facility. Looking forward to having a great time!
“We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.” – George Bernard Shaw