A Snowy Whirlwind into Wyoming
Time to start up again with my piano teacher blog and updates! It’s pretty overdue to be honest, but better late than never.
After a whirlwind of an August, (my husband got a sports announcer job working for My Local Radio in Wyoming and we had to find a place and move within about two weeks!) October came and gave us our first lesson on just how cold it gets here, (a couple of weeks into the month, we actually reached negative seventeen degrees Fahrenheit. Welcome to Wyoming).
Sadly, I had to finish things out with my students in Salt Lake, (that part was hard!) head to Evanston, and establish our new home base. So far, we absolutely love it here and hope to stay for a very long time! We’ve been looking for a place to call a permanent home, and (crossing our fingers!) I think we found it! Ok, I really need to cool it with the exclamation points and parenthesis.
Since moving here, I’ve been able to get a handful of new piano students, and they are absolutely perfect. I’ve been blessed to get some very hard-working and dedicated kids who come to lessons with a positive attitude and a willingness to learn that I believe is largely a credit to their great parents. I’m so excited to keep teaching these amazing kids, growing my studio, and hopefully become a better teacher with every lesson.
This week, as I ease back into my teacher blogging, I thought I’d share a pic of my piano all decorated for Christmas. Hope you’re having a very Merry season and if you haven’t already – make sure to hop onto my Scheduling calendar and sign up for your free trial lesson!
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