birthday parties

the little guitar from Hawaii

Ukulele lessons and parties Vancouver

Alright, here is what I have going on.  I have a steaming milky cup of Ty-Phoo tea at my desk, listening to John Legend , and feeling so tired (but in a very good way) after a weekend of three birthday parties in the studio.  We even hosted  a l o v e l y 30th birthday celebration for the most magical woman named Melina who chose a Ukulele lesson party for her friends and family because she had always wanted to learn how to play this sweet little guitar from Hawaii. It was so dreamy and whimsical and a rich, happy  time was cherished by everyone who attended.

I really love, love, love what I do.  The nicest people float through this little studio and it makes me feel so joyful of soul.  I have to be careful, you know, it's so sweet in here time just whizzes by.  Like now, it's getting dark, the music is loud and delightful - always amazing.  I could sleep here happily -  It's true!

Tonight I am making curry with a gluten free sauce my daughter brought over - and curling up with a good film and a nice glass of wine.   Wishing you a splendid week ahead with bright colours and loads of movement and sunshine.








What what!!!!

What what!!!!

And then...the parents all decided to gather around the table in our studio to create Elvish abodes with the children at the birthday party! It was ahmaaaazing!

Parties are for love and family. I don't know, it's just the first thing that came to mind. It's quite something to experience - and the party ran over by an hour and a half and no one noticed or minded because they were all in the love of family and 'the making.'

I. Love. My. Job. Always and forever.  It means more to me than you'll every know.