Yay!! Congratulations, Astrid!!
You are the winner of the Winter Bundle Giveaway, which includes
I asked my husband to draw a number and he picked your number which was 62.
In fact, you look just like our little family when we were homeschooling. I also had two boys and a baby girl and we played outside in nature all the time.
(This is a picture of Astrid, when her daughter was a baby)
Can you tell us about where you are from and how many kids you have? And tell a little bit about your homeschooling interests or inspiring moments?
Oh my goodness, I am so excited! Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Just now I was going to look at the piano courses I purchased from you, that I'm thinking of giving to my children for Christmas, and I saw THIS message that I won!
Wow, I am so...
It’s the Most Wonderful Time of Year!
Full of happy tunes that you can’t help singing from all the joy in the atmosphere.
One of the best ways to get through the colder and darker days is with music.
Do you or your kids have a musical instrument that you can easily play?
Do you have easy music to sing and play during this festive time?
I want to help you get what you need for this season.
The pennywhistle is one of the easiest starter instruments I have ever played. It is also known as the tinwhistle.
It has such a sweet, whispery tone and sounds beautiful.
I taught my kids to play it, and they loved it!
One of my most memorable performances was with my daughter and my students on Away in the Manger. She and my student played the ukulele and I played the pennywhistle and we all sang the three verses mixed with ukulele and pennywhistle. Everyone loved it! The kids sounded so sweet and so cute, just a perfect blend...