Our son passed his cello exam

We were thrilled. I threw my arms around him and jumped up and down shouting “Yaaaaaaaaay”.

He only had about 8 weeks notice. And had about four sessions with his amazing piano accompanist in the last two weeks.

There were timing issues and he was squeaking a bit in places. Our hearts sank when he came out of the exam saying it wasn’t the best he’d played.

The lovely peonies were for his accompanist who worked incredibly hard with him. Even going beyond what was required to teach him extra parts his teacher didn’t cover.

They’re my submission for Debbie’s Six Word Saturday

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