One of the by-products of growing up in the home of a music teacher is that one does not have a choice in whether or not one will learn an instrument of some sort. In Ella's case, she was completely and utterly . . .
. . . . thrilled. I could teach her myself, of course, but instead I decided to give one of my students the opportunity (and extra practice) to learn how to teach. Mr. Denver is doing a wonderful job, and Ella is loving her lessons.
Now if only I could get all my kids to practice with such enthusiasm!
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